Things many of us take for granted—fresh produce, a homecooked meal, even a kitchen—are oftentimes out of reach, but by supporting local communities with the right tools, we can make healthy eating a reality. Will you join us and King Arthur Flour in increasing access to nutritious food and knowledge? Help us make the magic of healthy eating a reality.
WHOLE KIDS BLOG
When a surprise swarm of honey bees arrived on campus, educators at The Gardner School welcomed them as an opportunity to generate more buzz in the classroom—and in the local media.
Virginia’s First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe and national school food leaders celebrated the milestone of 5,000 salad bars granted to schools through Salad Bars to Schools, a public private partnership formed seven years ago to improve children’s access to fresh and healthy food.
We believe the more children know about and feel connected to food, the more curious they become about how things grow and taste — and the more willing they are to try new foods. It takes a village to give children these opportunities and ultimately change the future of their health.
As summer morphs into fall, I often observe a premature tendency to begin the winter hibernation. This year, let’s make it different by focusing on back to school, back to routines, and back to health. Instead of fall-ing asleep, let’s fall awake.