Another GREAT idea. Help keep those kids healthy through the summer!
This summer Spartanburg County School District Six is trying to make sure upstate children have a healthy meal.
They will be taking their food truck out on the road for the first time.
Read @ WSPA.com
I SERIOUSLY love this idea. More communities should give it a try.
The Yuma County Library District’s “Food for Fines” program is back and it’s helping out in a major way.
Three years ago, the Yuma County Library District realized that several children were not able to participate in their summer reading program due to pending fines on their accounts. Their solution was to add a summer addition to the Food for Fines program.
Read @ KYMA
Goya Foods, America’s largest Hispanic-owned food company, makes an initial donation of three tons of Goya products, including canned beans, meat, and vegetables to victims of the volcano in Guatemala.
PR Newswire (press release)
A comprehensive agenda for anyone who makes travel plans entirely around where to eat.
Read @ SBS
“How many of you think you would like to be a farmer some day?”
That’s a question put to elementary students during a classroom visit before they venture forth on a farm field trip. Raised hands are counted and then, given the chance after the trip to ask the question again, we discover if we’ve inspired any potential new farmers.
The hope is we’ve stirred an interest in the kind of person who wants to build an independent business, and who takes pride in nourishing the community while caring for the land and water. That’s a farmer.
Read @ Walla Walla Union-Bulletin