Each October, schools and communities are encouraged to celebrate Farm to School Month in Hawai‘i, which was established in perpetuity viaAct 10 (2017).
This year’sNational Farm to School Month theme of “Our Food, Our Future” centers on amplifying youth leadership around six community values – economic and environmental justice, health, racial equity, workers’ rights, and animal welfare – for a racially just food system.
Here are some featured resources to help you celebrate
Bring farm to school learning home and foster meaningful connections to ‘ulu through cooking, science, Hawaiian culture, and art with these educational resources and keiki cooking kit from the Hawai‘i ‘Ulu Cooperative!
This amazing searchable online database offers an array of resources for learning about, growing, and eating ʻulu (breadfruit) on campus or at home. Developed by the Hawai‘i ‘Ulu Cooperative, Hawai‘i Farm to School Hui, and the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa College of Education STEMS² Program.