Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Wood's Earth brings local food to schools (From the Cornell Chronicle)

From the Cornell Chronicle:

"Ithaca-area children soon will be eating organic greens, winter squash and green beans grown just a few miles away in their school lunches. 
"Fresh, local food is making its way into area school lunch programs with the help of Wood's Earth Living Classroom, which cultivates community involvement in growing and sourcing school food. 
"'People are not aware that there is barely any local food getting into our schools, but we can work together as a community to solve that and be creative with our land use,' said Audrey Baker '09, program director of Wood's Earth, a new project of the Center for Transformative Action (CTA)."

Read the rest of the article here.

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