A Collection of Videos and PowerPoint Presentations Shown During the FFVCHSE Trainings
Spring 2012 Day One and Day Two
Fall Day One
Fall Day Two
A National Movement for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
USDA's MyPlateFarm to School Overview
The Power of School Gardens
Download Past Year's Presentations
Let's Get Growing - Gardening How Tos from the Creating and Sustaining Your School Garden Workshop Modules (Compost, Seeding/Transplanting, making paper pots, and more)
Wake Up To Fresh Fruits and Vegetables - An online training demonstrating ways to increase the amount of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables served in a school setting
Channel One Video goes undercover to document a lunch line redesign in a middle school.
Part One for a quick summary start watching from the 3 minute mark
Part Two for a quick summary start watching from the 2 minute mark
Vermicomposting - A video on how to compost with worms
Seed Folks of Room 324 - See how a school classroom used the garden to inspire their literature assignment.
Davis Recycling is Simply Elementary Video - A summary of the Davis RISE waste reduction program
Fruity Girls - A summary of the Fresh Fruits and Vegetable Snack Program at Balboa High School in San Francisco
Farm To School - Videos from the CA Farm to School Website highlight the different parts of farm to school.
Project Food Lab - at Pacific Elementary School in Davenport, CA. Since 1984 the Food Lab Program, in cooperation with the school's Life Lab Garden Program, has been cooking the school lunch for students and staff!
Plant Part Art lesson - shows a parent volunteer leading an edible plant part activity at a 3rd grade class at Mar Vista Elementary in Aptos. Part of a longer video on garden stations.
Making Paper Pots From Life Lab's Back Pocket Activities
Here are some videos that might be of interest to those working towards a healthy school environment.
Life Lab's School Garden Videos on garden-based learning themes
Farmer of the Month Bryan Howard, a local organic apple farmer in Chico, CA. See how apples travel from the tree to the market. This material was produced by the California Department of Public Healths Network for a Healthy California
Kelseyville School Distict in Lake County has an exemplary model of Farm to School led by their food service director.