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Fresh Food in Schools Summit

 Thursday March 8th from 9 am – 5 pm
Olympia, WA

The Washington Sustainable Food and Farming Network, in collaboration with WSDA, is presenting a one-day conference on farm to school strengthening Farm to School in Washington State. Share stories and attend workshops aimed at educating and creating the connections that are vital to successful farm to school programs. Workshops on local food procurement, GAP and food safety, and how to engage the community in farm to school efforts will be offered.

In addition, Kate Adamick will be featured as the  keynote speaker who will also present her Lunch Money workshop. Kate Adamick is Co-Founder of Cook for America®, and has helped hundreds of schools throughout the United States transform their cafeterias into scratch-cooking operations. Her Lunch Money workshop focuses on how to serve healthy school meals in a sick economy.

For more information, visit the event’s page at WSFFN.

This event is free of charge, thanks to WSDA Specialty Crop Block Grant,  The Washington Women’s Foundation and The Whatcom Community Foundation. Though free, space is limited. Please register by March 1. Click here to register or contact Rita Ordóñez.



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