2012 Webinar Archives

11/28/12 FoodShare Trends and Latest Controversies 

Listen to the presentation about tools and resources, hear from colleagues about projects in the works across the state, and get connected to others with interests in these topics.

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10/24/2012 Getting Started with Farm to School: An Introduction of the Farm to School Toolkit

Learn how the Wisconsin Farm to School Toolkit can help communities in your region get started with Farm to School.  Farm to School Toolkit Jennifer Blazek, Polk County Agriculture Agent and Vanessa Herald- Great Lakes Regional Farm to School.

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9/26/2012 School Breakfast Programs: Linking Breakfast to Wellness

Amy Alvig, School Breakfast and Nutrition Education Specialist, Family Living Programs. Supported by the Healthy Living Team Food Security & Food Access Workgroup Hunger at Lunch Lunchtime Learning Series 

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8/22/122 Food Systems on the Ground: Central Wisconsin Resiliency Project

Learn about the successes and challenges of food systems initiatives of the Central Wisconsin Resiliency Project.  http://www.resiliencyproject.net/aboutus Sherry Daniels Portage County Family Living Educator, Erin Olson Central Wisconsin Resiliency Project, and Kristy Seblonka, Portage County CNRED Educator.

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7/25/12 Food Security and Health: Making the Connections

Amber Canto, Poverty and Food Security Specialist, Family Living Programs
Supported by the Healthy Living Team Food Security & Food Access Workgroup Hunger at Lunch Lunchtime Learning Series

We apologize, this webinar was not archived due to technical difficulties.  Click here to access the presentation slides.

6/27/12 Community Gardens in Wisconsin:  A Presentation of Wisconsin Survey Data

Learn about the multitude of ways that UW-Extension is facilitating and engaging in community and school garden programs.
Lesly Scott, Dane County 4-H Youth Development Educator, Samuel Pratsch, Evaluation Specialist , Planning Development and Evaluation, and Mike Maddox Rock County Horticulture Educator.

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Contact Amber Canto and or Judi Bartfeld with questions and about topic in the Hunger at Lunch Learning series.  For all other topics contact Erin Peot or Laura Brown.  Would you like to see your community food system project or research featured on Lunchtime Learning?  Let us know!