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Green Schools National Network | September 9, 2015
Society is obsessed with food. From farmers markets and farm to table restaurants to celebrity chefs and cookbooks galore, it is clear that the United States loves to eat. But do we really know the story of our food? MORE
allison aubrey | npr | october 23, 2013
So, Food Day is almost upon us (it’s Oct 24). And maybe it’s time to test your mettle. The folks behind this celebration have devised a Food Literacy Quiz to gauge your knowledge of all things food—from farm to table. MORE
jessica goldman foung | edible san francisco | july 3, 2013
Aurora Sekine, eighth grade teacher at Everett Middle School, asked her students a simple question: What is healthy food? MORE
kirk bergstrom | good | january 7, 2013
When I was growing up in Colorado, the last thing on our minds was the story of our food. It came from the grocery store, of course. Or a fast food chain. (Who can forget Der Wienerschnitzel?) MORE
Jing Fong | yes! magazine | october 15, 2012
Want a wonderful resource that will get your students thinking about the story of the food they eat, and what they can do to make healthy choices available to them and their community? MORE
dana velden | the kitchn | september 13, 2011
Gretchen Goetz | Food Safety News | April 27, 2011
Tara Duggan | The Bay Citizen | April 18, 2011
Adriana Velez | civil Eats | April 15, 2011
Nourish California is a pilot educational initiative (led by nonprofit organization WorldLink) whose mission is to “increase food literacy and build healthier communities throughout California.” MORE
Adriana Velez | Change.org | November 19, 2010
The multi-year education initiative, Nourish, is designed to open a meaningful conversation about food and sustainability, and it ranks as one of the most large-scale youth nutrition programs ever undertaken.
Leslie Kruempel | Simple, Good, and Tasty | November 15, 2010
Dr. Susan Rubin | Better School Food Blog | November 11, 2010
Bonnie Azab Powell | Grist | November 5, 2010
PBS is now airing a half-hour TV program produced by a new “media and education initiative” that targets the growing number of “regular” Americans . . . who are hungry to know where their food comes from, in particular young people and families.
John Birdsall | SF Weekly | October 21, 2010
Maureen Puffer-Rothenberg | Educational Media Reviews | February 22, 2010
Jaman Matthews | Heifer International World Ark | May 1, 2008
Kirk Bergstrom is founder and president of WorldLink, the organization behind a new initiative called Nourish. The project, says Bergstrom, was inspired by an essential question: How can we create a more sustainable food system?
Jennifer Upshaw | Marin Independent Journal | March 28, 2008