Exploring Farm to School: A Facilitator’s Guide to Implementation in Arizona
Exploring Farm to School: A Facilitator’s Guide to Implementation in Arizona is a tool for community members and food service directors to use as they increase the amount of local produce eaten in Arizona schools. The guide outlines opportunities, barriers, and recommendations for overcoming implementation challenges.
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Publication tags: Field Reports - Farm to School, Food Systems and Agriculture - School Staff, Service Providers, Students
An Iowa native, Amber was a Harry S. Truman Scholar and a 2006 graduate of Iowa State University where she studied public service and administration in agriculture. Amber represented Oxfam America at the G8 Summit in Scotland and at the 2005 United Nations Youth Assembly, served as a keynote speaker on the North American Take Action Tour, and spoke to 24,000 students about international poverty and youth leadership. She has also volunteered in rural Kenya and conducted research in Uganda about youth farmers.
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