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The Farm to Preschool e-newsletter will be now be folded into National Farm to School Network’s (NFSN) monthly e-newsletter, which is sent to more than 13,000 farm to school advocates, supporters and partners across the country. In addition to its regular story features, resource highlights and policy updates, the NFSN monthly e-newsletter will bring farm to preschool perspectives and priorities to a larger audience and align our work at the core of the farm to school movement.

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Click here to read previous Farm to Preschool e-newsletters.

 

In California


CA Farm to Preschool is a branch of the CA Farm to School Network.   CA F2P builds connections between early childhood education providers and farmers to strengthen the F2P movement in California. CA F2P utilizes Harvest of the Month curriculum created by UEPI, Occidental College and approved by the Network for a Heathy California and works with UC Cooperative Extension to provide garden technical assistance.  Free trainings are offered through various departments of education, childcare resource and referral agencies and public health department programs throughout the state. 

The CA Farm to Preschool Network connects the many successful Farm to Preschool programs throughout California to share experiences and resources to build a stronger Farm to Table movement in the early childhood setting. The CA F2P Network officially launched the at the CA Farm to School Conference.

CA Farm to Preschool Resources:
CA Harvest of the Month Farm to Preschool Curriculum
CA Harvest of the Month Farm to Preschool Curriculum (Spanish)
CA Farm to Preschool Training Manual
CA Farm to Preschool Training Manual (Spanish)
CA Seed to Plate Farm to Preschool Garden Curriculum
CA Preschool Garden Primer

CA Farm to School Network

 

Farm to Preschool Harvest of the Month Rotation for 2015-2016


Fall

September

October

November

 

Peppers 

Tomatoes

Root Vegetables

Winter

December

January

February

 

Apples

Salad greens: Lettuce

Cooked Greens: Bok Choy & Collards

Spring

March

April

 May

 

Citrus: Grapefruit

Cucumbers

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