New Rethinking School Lunch Guide from the Center for Ecoliteracy

In Recognition of National School Lunch Week: October 11-15

BERKELEY, October 12, 2010—There is a growing consensus that school lunches need improvement. But how exactly can educators and community members help make that happen? 

The Center for Ecoliteracy, a nonprofit that has worked with school food systems for more than a decade, has put the pieces together in an attractive new guide called Rethinking School Lunch. It identifies ten pathways that educators, parents, and concerned citizens can follow as they plan for innovation and change in school food.

Download new Rethinking School Lunch Guide
http://www.ecoliteracy.org/downloads/rethinking-school-lunch-guide

The Center for Ecoliteracy is dedicated to education for sustainable living in K-12 schools and previously partnered in Berkeley’s School Lunch Initiative: the subject of a new University of California, Berkeley study.

Download new School Lunch Initiative study:
http://www.ecoliteracy.org/downloads/school-lunch-initiative-evaluation

Learn more about the Center for Ecoliteracy at www.ecoliteracy.org.

CONTACT: LISA BENNETT
Center for Ecoliteracy Communications Director
510.845.4595 (o) 415.439.3511 (c)
lisa@ecoliteracy.org