Farm to School Initiative

Sheboygan Farm to School Initiative is a group for parents, teachers, students, and community members committed to:

  • Increasing the purchase of local foods in the Sheboygan school cafeterias,
  • Enhancing nutrition awareness in the classroom,
  • Creating awareness of local agriculture in the Sheboygan Area School District, and
  • Supporting local farmers.

Please visit our Ning website at

The next Sheboygan Farm to School Initiative meeting will be in June 2010 on the last Thursday of the month at Paradigm coffee and music (1202 N. 8th Street, Sheboygan WI). All are welcome!


3 responses to “Farm to School Initiative

  1. Farm to School – Now in Front of the Wisconsin State Legislature!

    Farm to School programs are a win-win for farmers and students, and several schools in Wisconsin are making a huge impact on their kids’ eating habits and their local economy. But schools across the state face the same problem: dwindling resources and no central place to go to for information on how to start a Farm to School program. For that reason, Representative Amy Sue Vruwink (D-Milladore) drafted legislation that would further Farm to School efforts across Wisconsin. Look for an action alert soon so you can help make sure this important legislation passes

  2. Good News! Farm to School Initiative just passed both the Assembly and the Senate and is ready to go before the govenor to be signed into law!

  3. Fundraiser Event!

    Please help Etude High School raise money to build a student run school garden.

    Where: Paradigm Cafe (1202 Nth 8th Street, Sheboygan, WI)
    When: May 29th
    Time: 6 pm
    $5 Admission

    Live music, tasty food, and art for sale!

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