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Oct 22
Full Circle FarmCorps

Do you believe farming is or should be an integral part of your community? Do you have a desire to confront food insecurity through outreach and teaching? Do you care about the future of Arkansas? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should consider serving with Full Circle FarmCorps!  Since its creation, […]

Oct 22
Alternative Learning Environment Gardens

Alternative learning environments, like youth residential treatment homes and juvenile treatment centers, provide valuable services for young people across Arkansas. Adding a school garden could provide both therapeutic and learning opportunities for students who attend them. Farm to school is an avenue for all students. The Arkansas Farm to School Collaborative believes that all students, […]

Oct 22
Early Childhood Education Center Gardens

We can all look back on our early childhood days and remember nursery rhymes, building blocks, and naptime… but what about gardening? There’s no reason not to start early, with farm to school education! Early childhood education institutions such as child care centers, preschools, and head starts can offer farm to school programming. To get […]

Oct 22
Elementary School Gardens

Farm to school enriches the connection communities have with fresh, healthy food and local food producers by changing food purchasing and education practices at schools, early childhood education sites, and alternative learning environments. Through farm to school programs students gain access to healthy, local foods as well as educational opportunities such as school gardens, cooking […]

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