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  • National Farm to School Network  This national network provides resources and links to funding sources to help support farm to school programs.
  • Training Templates for Schools and Pre-Schools Resources for educators, child nutrition directors, farmers and early child educators, including customizable slide deck, speaker notes, handouts and an evaluation form for training sessions.
  • Farm to Childcare, Wake County A collaboration between Wake County Extension and Advocates for Health in Action (AHA) that works to connect local farmers and childcare facilities.
  • Grow For It  This 4-H program provides resources to help youth and educators connect to agricultural issues. Resources include enrichment curricula, growing strawberry gardens, junior master gardeners programs, and vermicomposting.
  • Food Corps Food Corps is hosted by 4-H and the Center for Environmental Farming Systems and places food leaders in communities for a year of service. Service focuses on teaching kids about healthy food, managing school gardens, and supporting local food in cafeterias.
  • See the local food portal pages about Farm to School and school gardens for more resources.