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Former dean of Hendrix College, where
a program was implemented to purchase from local farmers.
700 Professional Drive
Gaithersburg, MD 20879
1450 Linden Drive, Room 146
Madison, WI 53706
Farmers' Market Trust
1201 Chestnut Street, 4th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-568-0830 Ext. 11
Students learn business skills in the Project
E.C.H.O. classroom and then apply those skills by converting the
into a fast service restaurant)
P.O. Box 2410
Santa Monica, CA 90407
800-656-6845 ext. 8962
Burlington, VT 05401
GREEN Project at Miles Elementary
"Growing with Plants" Curriculum
WSU Cooperative Extension
3049 South 36th, Suite 300
Tacoma, WA 98409
1875 Connecticut Ave. NW, #540
Washington, D.C. 20009
California Food Policy Advocates
Ed Bolen or Matt Sharp
116 New Montgomery St., #530
San Francisco, CA 94105
USDA Food and Nutrition Services
Lee Powell, "Farm to school" initiative
Joyce Willis, Dir.
3101 Park Center Drive, Rm. 813B
Alexandria, VA 22302-1594
3508 Camino Jalisco
Santa Fe, NM 87505
The Cookshop Program
Community Food Resource Ctr.
90 Washington Street
New York, NY 10006
212-344-0195. ext. 345
Food Studies Institute
Antonia Demas, PhD
60 Cayuga Street
Trumansburg, NY 14886
1511 K Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20005
Children's Pesticide Exposure via Food Products. US Government Fact Sheet
Thinking Big About Ecological Sustainability, Children's Environmental Health and K-12 Education in the USA.
Public Citizen's Safe Lunch Program
no irradiated foods in school lunches
Commercial Alert - www.commercialalert.org
Works to prevent the commercial culture from exploiting children and subverting the higher values of family, community, environmental integrity and democracy.
Practical information about how students, teachers and grounds staff can carry out a school organic food growing project.
CSPI Kid Stuff -- CHOW Club!
This is great website. It gives suggestions for better school foods & nutrition information geared toward children. They also run a Kids and Commercialism Campaign.
Organic Trade Association Industry Listings
Healthy School Lunch Action Guide
EarthSave - 800-362-3648
313 W. Winton Ave.
Hayward, CA 94544,
Mothers and Others CORE Values,
Stephens, 212-242-0010 ext. 310
Red Tomato, 781-830-9412, email@example.com
Center for Ecoliteracy/ Berkeley Unified School District Project
Janet Brown, 415-488-9464
(CSPI) is a nonprofit education and advocacy organization that focuses on improving the safety and nutritional quality of our food supply and on reducing the carnage caused by alcoholic beverages.
A nonprofit environmental coalition of over fifty organizations located in Southern California committed to the health and safety of children, teachers, staff and community members who reside near school sites. CSS is nationally and internationally recognized for creating the most stringent pesticide policy for schools. This Integrated Pest Management Policy (IPM) was the first in the USA to embrace the "precautionary principle," and Parents Right to Know. In addition, CSS sponsored AB 405 signed by Governor Schwarzengger which protects 6 million school children, teachers and school employees from experimental pesticides whose health effects are unknown.
Programs Connecting Education on Food, Nutrition, and the Natural Environment: Curricula, Resources & Books
Pamela Koch, LIFE
Box 137, 525 West 120th Street
New York, NY 10027 - 212-678-3950
Farm to School Food Education Program Bibliography & Resource List
Hartford Food System
509 Weathersfield Ave.
Hartford, CT 06114
What are We Feeding Our Kids?
Center for Science in the Public Interest
1875 Connecticut Avenue NW Ste. 300
Washington, D.C. 20009-5728
Occidental College CFS Project
1600 Campus Road
Los Angeles, CA 90041
Public health-crisis, common sense cure. Americans are turning to organic food, and for good reason. A Consumer Reports study.
This organization has done an enormous amount of work regarding institutional markets for sustainable agricultural products. It s a great site to find out what other people have gone through to get their products into institutions. In particular, this page on institutional food purchasing.