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Ċ BearingFruit.FarmtoSchoolProgramEvaluationResourcesandRecommendations.pdf
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Bearing Fruit is a comprehensive guide to Farm to School program evaluation with highlights of the overall impacts of farm to school for stakeholders—teachers, food service, farmers, parents, policy makers, and community—providing excellent resources and tools to incorporate when assessing a program.  13842k v. 3 Oct 3, 2013, 11:49 AM Jessica Ratts
Ċ FarmtoSchoolEvaluationToolkit.pdf
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As Farm to School programs develop, there is a need to create a strong evidence base for these efforts to strengthen programs, practices, and policies. NFSN worked with The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to develop this evaluation toolkit.  1102k v. 3 Oct 3, 2013, 11:49 AM Jessica Ratts
Ċ FarmtoSchoolProgramEvaluation-CaseStudies.pdf
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A summary of the results of a coordinated Farm to School program evaluation at four sites utilizing the Farm to School Evaluation Toolkit. Supported by the National Farm to School Network; conducted by the Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  1289k v. 3 Oct 3, 2013, 11:49 AM Jessica Ratts
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The Chicago Partnership for Health promotion Nutrition Quiz
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The Chicago Partnership for Health Promotion is a Great Cities Neighborhoods Initiative. This partnership propels the ongoing nutrition campaigns in schools. The various campaigns are focused in Chicago Public Schools in specific low-income communities that are at a higher risk for childhood overweight and obesity. All efforts are free of cost. In the long run optimum wellness will be attainable such as: Healthy eating with Food Guide Pyramid, Food Safety&Hand Washing, Types of Fat, Fruits and Vegetables and Increasing Fiber, Calcium for your Health, Physical Activity, Cooking Demo, Easy Healthy Snacks, Portion Sizes, Stretching your food dollar, Reading Nutrition Facts Labels, Eating out: Smart Menu choices.  Oct 3, 2013, 11:49 AM Jessica Ratts
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