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Farm to School: Farm to Cafeteria

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Farm to Preschool

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Farm to University

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Local Food Ambassador Program is a program of the NC 10% Campaign at six NC universities: Elizabeth City State University, Fayetteville State University, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, North Carolina Central University, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, and Winston-Salem State University. The program facilitates teams of students, University Dining, University Sustainability Office, faculty/staff, Cooperative Extension, and area farmers at each of 6 Minority-Serving Institutions to build more resilient food systems on campus by:

  • Building awareness of local foods through events and social media
  • Encouraging local food collaborations across departments and student groups
  • Increasing access to fresh and healthy foods
  • Offering paid student positions and leadership training for food system jobs

UFoods: University Foods Systems

A  two-year project designed to develop new market opportunities for farmers by researching and building collaborative supply chains links from farms to university campuses in North Carolina.

Check out these Farm-to-University resources:

Farm to University: Guide for Extension Agents publication cover
How It Works Handbook: University Food Systems and Local Food Programs handbook cover
Campus Local Food Guides guide cover
Farm to Dorm Cooking Videos video home screen

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10 Easy Ways to Incorporate Farm to Hospital into Health and Wellness Programming – Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project resource page


General resources & Publications


Primary Contact:
Robyn Stout
State Coordinator, NC 10% Campaign
Center for Environmental Farming Systems
NC State University
robyn_stout@ncsu.edu