Publication archives

by
Karen Hansen-Kuhn
The following opinion was originally published by Common Dreams on May 9.
Characterized maize lines in Agua Fria by Global Maize Program
Vea la grabación de nuestro seminario web del 7 de mayo en español. Véalo en inglés aquí.
The economics webinar Spanish
Watch the replay of our May 7, 2024 webinar in English. Watch in Spanish here. 
The economics: Farmers perspective webinar
Vea la grabación de nuestro seminario web del 2 de mayo en español. Véalo en inglés aquí.
Implicaciones para la biodiversidad y los derechos humanos del texto del USMCA y caso del maíz transgénico
Watch the replay of our May 2, 2024 webinar in English. Watch in Spanish here.
Biodiversity and cultural rights webinar
by
Erin McKee VanSlooten
Nora Shields-Cutler
Farm to School initiatives connect students with fresh, locally grown foods and support farmers in their communities.
Locally grown apples and strawberries in a school cafeteria
by
Erin McKee VanSlooten
Nora Shields-Cutler
At Fond du Lac Ojibwe school in Northeastern Minnesota, the culinary team uses the kitchen as a place to reaffirm the mission of the school — to educate and highlight Ojibwe culture and language.
Fond du Lac school lunch
by
Erin McKee VanSlooten
Nora Shields-Cutler
Foley Public Schools were among the first to launch a Farm to School Program in Minnesota. Director of Child Nutrition Services Cheryl Pick heard about Farm to School while serving on the board of the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP) and brought the program to Foley in 2010. Foley Public Schools, located northwest of the Twin Cities, serve 1,900 students across three schools.
Farm to school tray of food