This episode is a the second part of a discussion between Ben Thomas of California Alliance of Family Farms, Hope Sippola of Fiery Ginger Farm in West Sacramento, California, and Vince Caguin of the Natomas, California, Unified School District.The conversation begins with Vince asking Hope and Vince
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This episode is a the second part of a discussion between Ben Thomas of California Alliance of Family Farms, Hope Sippola of Fiery Ginger Farm in West Sacramento, California, and Vince Caguin of the Natomas, California, Unified School District.The conversation begins with Vince asking Hope and Vince what inspires them to be involved in farm-to-school markets.In the first part of the discussion, Hope and Vince talk about ways the relationship between Fiery Ginger Farm and the school district has evolved and how the farm set about maintaining school sales through the COVID 19 pandemic.The link to that discussion is in the notes accompanying this podcast.Ben, Hope, and Vince's discussion is part of the Bringing the Farm to School pilot facilitator workshop being developed by the National Center for Appropriate Technology and the National Farm to School Network.
Related ATTRA Resources:
Schools and COVID
Farm to School Sales: Profiles of Ranches Making it Work
Food Hubs and School Sales
Accessing USDA Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program
Fiery Ginger Farm
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