2019 Benefits of Farm to School Fact Sheet Updates - Research and Reports
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Title DOI or link1st Author Last name1st Author First Name Additional AuthorsSource (Journal, Org. etc.) Year Issue Volume Pg #PublisherLocation Type of document (Journal article, program report, etc.) economic development - job creation and economic activityeconomic development - farmer and producer incomepublic health - student nutrition behaviorspublic health - knowledge, attitudes, and accesseducation - student engagement and academic achievementeducation - educator and parent engagementenvironment - food wasteenvironment - sustainbility community engagementNOTES - list any specific impacts from the research, as outlined on page 4 of the fact sheet (F&V consumption, physical activity, health, food choice, academic achievement, behavior, meal participation, meal cost, and so on)
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Process evaluation of a farm-to-preschool program in New York Cityhttps://doi.org/10.1080/19320248.2017.1364192; https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/IuiVzG2MeWj9dhd88mZB/fullDanneferRachelLorna Power, Rachel Berger, Rachel Sacks, Calpurnyia Roberts, Rachel Bikoff & Elizabeth SolomonJournal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition 2017Journal article
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Farm to Childcare: An Analysis of Social and Economic Values in Local Food Systems
https://doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2018.083.004
RutzJacobJ. Dara Bloom, Michelle Shroeder-Moreno, and Chris GunterJournal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development (JAFSCD)20183 (Fall2018)8
Lyson Center for Civic Agriculture and Food Systems, Ithaca, NY
Journal article
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Opportunities and Challenges for Farm to Early Care and Education in Settings Serving Low-Income Children
https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/AB3AqExdwQ7zhnFxPp8d/full
StephensLacy Lydia OberholtzerJournal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition 2018Journal Article
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Farm to School, School to Home: An Evaluation of a Farm to School Program at an Urban Core Head Start Preschool Program
https://doi.org/10.1080/19320248.2014.929540
GibsonCherylSusan P. Harvey, Kendra Spaeth, Debra K. Sullivan, Kate Lambourne & Gretchen H. KunkelJournal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition 2014Journal Article
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CHANGING STUDENTS’ KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOR IN RELATION TO FOOD AN EVALUATION OF THE SCHOOL LUNCH INITIATIVE
http://www.schoollunchinitiative.org/downloads/sli_eval_full_report_2010.pdf
RauzonSuzanne
May Wang, Natalie Studer, Pat Crawforda
2010
Dr. Robert C and Veronica Atkins Center for Weight and Health, University of California Berkeley
Increased F&V intake at home and school
Increased knowledge about healthy foods;
higher preference for fruits and vegetables;
increased positive attitudes about school food and fresh produce
Increased positive attitudes about the environment; Increased knowledge of food choice and environmental impact
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Building Bridges Between Producers and Schools: The Role of Extension in the Farm to School Program
https://joe.org/joe/2019august/a4.phpQuShuyangLaura Fisher, Joy RumbleJournal of Extension201957 num 4
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