Ohio’s Family Farmland is in Jeopardy

Corn field in sunset. Young green maize crop plants growing on farmland. Almost 100 million acres of farmland will change hands in the next five years and in Ohio a large portion of farmland is leased by non-farm landowners with an average age of 68. We need to send a...

Use Your Voice for Change

Child Nutrition Bills Up for Renewal in 2020 The federal policy that makes the rules for child nutrition programs, including school meals, is being renewed in 2020. Now is the time to use your voice to ensure that healthy and local foods are more integrated in the...

The Census is Coming

The USDA Farm to School Census is coming in September. The Farm to School Census (the Census) is the only national survey that examines school districts’ farm to school activities, such as local food purchasing behaviors, the number and use of school gardens, and the...

Get Schooled on Food

Edible Education 101 is a Lesson on What We Eat Want to get schooled in agriculture, local food communities, Farm-to-School and more? Take UC Berkley’s Edible Education courses, bringing a wide variety of food-related topics to the plate. The online video series,...

Ready to Dig in?

Everything You Need to Know to Start a School Garden Thinking of starting your own school garden? The advantages are clear – the outdoor and indoor educational opportunities they provide are endless. This webinar breaks down every step of the way, from planning and...