Staff, children, and families know the importance of healthy grown food.
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We place a huge emphasis on serving only the freshest foods during mealtimes, thanks to the relationships we build with local farmers.
The children hold farmers’ markets to sell the produce and flowers that they grow to families in the community
Farm to ECE has allowed us to not only enjoy meals and snacks from our gardens, but also send home fresh vegetables with our families.
The Farm to ECE movement benefited our facility by increasing the children’s access to local and nutritious foods
We take pride in educating young learners on the importance of farming and fresh produce.
A Kind Garden
Farm to ECE has transformed our outdoor area with gardens that mentally change the mood of children, and staff.
Lots of Love and Learning Family Child Care
Lots of Love and Learning Family Child Care LLCGarner, NC, 27529(919) email@example.com/lotsofloveandlearning/ Five-star licensed center Recognition Area: Farm to ECE REACH Nomination Partners: Lynn Policastro, Wake County Smart Start
Nest of Angels
Nest of AngelsHigh Point, NC, firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook.com/NestofAngelsHomeFive-star family childcare home license Recognition Area: Farm to ECE REACH Nomination Partners: Trish Nelson, Guilford County Partnership for Children Additional Partners: NC Farm to ECE Initiative (Center for Environmental Farming Systems), Guilford County Cooperative Extension; Community farms & farmers We pride ourselves on… “our strong family engagement with ourContinue reading “Nest of Angels”
Verner Center for Early Learning
Verner Center for Early LearningAsheville, NC, email@example.comFive-star licensed center Recognition Area: Farm to ECE REACH Nomination Partners: Natasha Bowden, Buncombe Partnership for Children Additional Partners: AmeriCorps; Roots Foundation; Warren Wilson College; Shape NC (North Carolina Partnership for Children), Buncombe County Extension Master Gardeners, NCOBS, We pride ourselves on… “At VEG (Verner Experiential Gardens)! multiple generationsContinue reading “Verner Center for Early Learning”