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Salad Bars in the National School Lunch Program (Revised Memo)
This revision includes updates based on the revised nutrition standards for school meals and includes questions and answers.
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"Classroom teachers, home school educators, naturalists - anyone committed to teaching children about the world in which they live — will appreciate these 230 illustrated pages of activities with worksheets and plans for a single lesson or a broader ecology unit."
"Accelerating Progress in Obesity Prevention offers the following recommendations, strategies, and
action steps for implementation by key stakeholders and sectors that individually have positive
acceleration potential and that combined will create synergies that can further accelerate progress in
From The Institute of Medicine http://www.iom.edu/Reports/2012/Accelerating-Progress-in-Obesity-Prevent...
North America's oldest, largest magazine covering commercial-scale organic and sustainable farming.
The Afterschool Meals Program is now available to programs across the country. FRAC is working to promote it and to help programs to determine their eligibility as well as to implement the program, reduce paperwork and administrative barriers, and increase participation.
"This national initiative seeks to renew what is being called the “agriculture-of-the-middle.” This term refers to a disappearing sector of mid-scale farms/ranches and related agrifood enterprises that are unable to successfully market bulk commodities or sell food directly to consumers. Begun as a task force in 2003, the initiative is entering a development phase."