Cultivation ReconciliACTION in School Food

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Sonya Rokosh

Feb 6, 2023, 7:20:25 PM2/6/23
Oops, sorry folks, this unique pilot series launched by Farm to Cafeteria was cut off from my regional F2SBC updates: 

F2CC is seeking educators and other school food champions involved in school food and food literacy programming to participate in a knowledge transfer pilot series, beginning Monday, February 27th. 

Through this series, we invite participants on a shared learning journey to explore how to get started or advance Truth and Reconciliation in their school food and food literacy activities or programs.   

Who should attend?

This 3-part series is intended for non-Indigenous educators and other school food champions who are directly working or volunteering with students on school food (e.g. snack or meal programs) and Edible Education initiatives (e.g. farm to school or local food to school programs, land-based learning, school gardens, cooking programs, outdoor education) at K-12 schools across Canada.

What to expect

This series will take place over 3 months - February, March and April 2023. One 90-minute session will be hosted monthly (3-4:30pm EST), and each session will build on the previous one.  It is our goal to create a safe space to reflect, share, encourage and learn together with a humble and respectful attitude from our uncertainties, failures, and achievements in the school food context.

The series will be hosted over Zoom and is free to attend. Space is limited!
For full details, and to register, please check out this post. 

Sonya Rokosh (she/her)
Community Animator, Kamloops Region, SD73 & SD83
I write with gratitude from the traditional and unceded territories of the Secwepemc Peoples. Kukstemc!

I am employed part-time and I typically will be at my computer on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. Thank you for your patience and respect. 
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