New Mexico Farm to School Directory 2007: A Directory of Farmers, Crops, and Food Service Directors
Santa Fe, New Mexico
New Mexico Farm to School Directory 2007: A Directory of Farmers, Crops, and Food Service Directors is a tool for farmers and food service directors to increase use of local produce in New Mexico Schools. It includes reources to assist individuals involved in New Mexico’s food system to better take advantage of nutritious , fresh, local foods.
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Publication tags: Field Reports - Farm to School, Food Systems and Agriculture - Children, Food Retailers, School Staff, Students, Workers (including farm workers)
Jimmy graduated from Wesleyan University in 2004 with a degree in Religious Studies. He worked as a crew leader at the Marin Conservation Corps, facilitating a crew of eight environmental educators, developing training opportunities, and coordinating AmeriCorps national service days. Jimmy has a sustained interest in agriculture and nutrition; he has served as a gardening and nutrition educator in elementary and middle schools, began an all organic farm stand in a Marin County neighborhood with no grocery store, helped to start an organic farm at Wesleyan, and conducted research in Nepal about the relationship between Himalayan Buddhism and agriculture.
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