Rogue Valley Farm to School

Rogue Valley Farm to School, Farm to Fork Dinners, Southern Oregon, Local Food at Farm DinnersScroll Down to see Specific Programs we’ll be raising money for: 

FEATURED PROGRAM for June 11th Dinner:

Harvest Meals: A 2-4 hour farm visit that includes a variety of age-appropriate lessons and activities in the field and kitchen.  Students will participate in harvesting and cooking lunch at the farm.  Harvest Meals are offered in the fall, September-October and in the spring, April-June.

FEATURED PROGRAM for June 25th Dinner:

School Garden Sessions: RVF2S is committed to supporting facilitating the construction of school gardens throughout the Rogue Valley. We expect to support one new garden each year.  Our education staff will visit schools and lead hands-on activities in theschool garden.  Lessons focus on farming skills and techniques, health and nutrition, and environmental topics.

FEATURED PROGRAM for July 23rd Dinner:

School Garden Sessions: RVF2S is committed to supporting facilitating the construction of school gardens throughout the Rogue Valley. We expect to support one new garden each year.  Our education staff will visit schools and lead hands-on activities in theschool garden.  Lessons focus on farming skills and techniques, health and nutrition, and environmental topics.

FEATURED PROGRAM for July 30th Dinner:

RVF2S Summer Camp Scholarships: Rogue Valley Farm to School hosts 4 one-week sessions in 2 age groups. 8:30-1:30 $175/week, a farm fresh lunch included. Activities include: planting & tending crops, caring for farm animals, harvesting, cooking & preserving fresh produce, cheese making, science projects, arts & crafts and more!

FEATURED PROGRAM for October 1st Dinner:

RVF2S Farm to Cafeteria Program: Creating connections between local growers and the school lunchroom. RVF2S works with school food service staff to evaluate annual produce needs to assist farmers in planning their seasonal planting. RVF2S keeps apprised of local and regional product availability to facilitate ordering, receiving, storage and distribution of fresh, local produce according to school menus.

FEATURED PROGRAM for October 8th Dinner:

Pumpkin Tours: A farm tour that introduces young children to many elements of the farm.  Students taste fresh vegetables straight from the field and harvest a pumpkin to take home. Suited for preschool, kindergarten, and first-grade children.

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