Jan 12 2022

Farm to Early Care and Education Funders’ Webinar

W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Virtual

January 12, 2022

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation invites you to join a special webinar for funders Jan. 12, 2022 from 1-2:30 p.m. EST to learn about proven strategies to transform systems in farm to early care and education.

Since 2015, the Kellogg Foundation has invested more than $18 million to support state and community partners in Georgia, Iowa, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, and funded technical assistance through the National Farm to School Network and Policy Equity Group to build a vibrant network of farm to early care and education efforts. Our focus has been on developing capacity within each state and creating tools and resources for sharing farm to early care and education models across the country.

Farm to early care and education is an incredibly promising community-based solution that nurtures young children’s cognitive, physical and social-emotional development; improves community nutrition; and builds sustainable local food systems.

Join us to for a discussion among colleagues from the Kellogg Foundation, National Farm to School Network and Policy Equity Group about farm to early care and education and its benefits; an exploration of the inequities within our food and learning systems that farm to early care and education seeks to solve; spotlights of community-based efforts; and lessons for funders who seek to support communities in expanding farm to early care and education.

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