School children -- Food -- Oregon -- Portland, Children -- Nutrition -- Oregon -- Portland, Cooperative marketing of farm produce, Farm produce -- Oregon -- Portland
In the 1990s, school districts across the country began to integrate fresh food grown by local producers into school meals and snacks. School food authorities and farmers have broadly defined this new movement, called “Farm to School,” as connecting schools and local and regional farmers. Farm to School programs benefit a community’s economy, improve student nutrition, and strengthen education curricula. Local Lunches seeks to initiate Farm to School efforts in Portland, Oregon, by identifying specific strategies that Portland’s school districts can use to incorporate more local produce in their school meals. This project was conducted under the supervision of Sy Adler, Deborah Howe, Connie Ozawa, and Sumner Sharpe.
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Anderson, Lisa; Krajnak, Katherine; Libby, Lisa; MacKenzie, Meghan; Malik, Sumi; and Shriver, Katie, "Local Lunches: Planning for Local Produce in Portland Schools" (2006). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 9.