01-30-2014 | Source: Mansfield News Journal
When weather forces the closing of school most kids greet the news by pulling up the covers, rolling over and going back to sleep.
01-30-2014 | Source: Capital Press
As Northwest farms continue to expand their direct sales strategies, hospitals have joined the ranks of schools, universities and corporate campuses as large institutional buyers looking for local...
01-30-2014 | Source: The Republic
Auditors say Colorado's school meal program forfeited $700,000 in federal dollars during four years because the money was never spent...
01-30-2014 | Source: The Pitt News
Liza Boulet’s concern over this wastefulness spurred her “Bring Your Own Bag” initiative, which aims to reduce plastic bag usage at the University of Pittsburgh through a bag quota policy starting...
01-30-2014 | Source: The Daily News Journal
The Rutherford County School District is now the only system in Tennessee with 100 percent compostable lunchroom materials, according to school officials.
01-30-2014 | Source: CityNews
Thanks to a sizeable grant from the provincially-funded Greenbelt Fund, George Brown College, in Toronto, Ontario, and St. Michael’s Hospital have officially embarked on a partnership to enhance the...
01-30-2014 | Source: Lawrence Journal World
The halls and classrooms of Wakarusa Valley School no longer echo with the chatter and bustle of students each day. The old grade school on the western fringe of the Lawrence school district closed...
01-30-2014 | Source: The Tartan
In the January 2014 issue of Dining Dish, Housing and Dining Services announced two important changes to the healthy food options on campus: extended hours at Evgefstos and new healthy menu options...
01-30-2014 | Source: Food Research and Action Center
More low-income children are starting the day with a healthy morning meal as participation in the School Breakfast Program continued its upswing during the 2012-2013 school year.
Local schools could avoid new federal standards for healthier breakfasts and snack foods under a fiscal 2014 spending bill Congress is expected to vote on this week.
Farm-to-school pioneer Alice Waters has 20 years of lessons to share from The Edible Schoolyard.
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