In this issue:
  • Resources for celebrating Farm to School Month
  • "Food Education: Importance of Teaching Kids Where Food Comes From," by Bright Horizons
  • Book recommendation: A Child's Seasonal Treasury

Farm to School Month Starts Tomorrow!

Get ready! National Farm to School Month kicks off tomorrow, October 1st, and Farm to Preschool Day is October 15th. Everyone can celebrate! Consider hosting an event or activity on that day, or anytime in October, to celebrate connections between children and local food.

The National Farm to School Network has developed resources and activities to promote Farm to School Month, including a new Communications Toolkit. The toolkit contains an explanation of this year's Farm to School Month activities, a sample press release, suggested social media posts, sample text for newsletters and ideas and tips for making media pitches.

Here are additional resources to help make your celebration a success:

Bright Horizons Shares the Importance of Teaching Kids Where Food Comes From

A new blog post from Bright Horizons shares tips for sourcing local food, as well as activities and questions to ask in order to engage children with where their food comes from. Additional resources include information on organic foods, as well as tips for dealing with picky eaters. READ MORE>>

Book Recommendation: A Child's Seasonal Treasury

A Child's Seasonal Treasury is Waldorf-inspired, and filled with seasonal rhymes, poems, songs, projects, recipes, and more. Children and adults alike will love the beautiful illustrations, and the opportunity to connect to the changing seasons.
By Betty Jones.

Don't Forget!

Visit the National Farm to School Network and Farm to Preschool websites for tons of resources and information. You can also submit your own events, news, or materials: and


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