May Harvest of the Month: strawberries
What is Davis Farm to School?
Founded in 2000, Davis Farm to School supports the Davis Joint Unified School District in its goals of increasing farm fresh foods in school food offerings, reducing solid waste through a comprehensive district recycling program and providing educational opportunities to students and staff through garden-based learning, local farm visits and volunteer/teacher workshops. Davis Farm to School strives to engage the local community by organizing community outreach events and forging lasting partnerships.
Click here to listen to a Back to School Special on Capital Public Radio about Davis Farm to School!
Davis Farm to School is a program of Yolo Farm to Fork.
Attention all fowl fans: Tour de Cluck is coming in May and Davis Farm to School is part of the flock. Go to www.tourdecluck.org to find out the latest. Would you like to be a sponsor and help Davis Farm to School programs? Download our sponsor form and see the various levels of sponsorship benefits. Want to get ahead on your Chicken Skool homework? Check out the Avian Health program at CDFA. There is a fun “Eggsercise Book” in the Kids’ Coop area. Download the list of Tour de Cluck events taking place throughout the month of May.
What’s new at DF2S?
STRAWBERRIES are the Harvest of the Month for May. See how Student Nutrition Services is incorporating the Harvest of the Month into school menus.
Village Feast 2013 is on August 24 and we are looking for sponsors. Go to Giving to find a sponsor form.
The mission of Davis Farm to School is to create an educational and cultural environment in our schools that connects food choices with personal health, community, farms, and land.
Davis Farm to School Program Evaluations
July 2010 – June 2011
Davis Farm to School/Davis Joint Unified School District M.O.U.
Looking for a school lunch menu?
Thank you to our generous Sponsors: