Teaching teachers about good food

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“I had NOT heard about FoodShare prior to today… I am sold! I think what you do here is great! I certainly will use some of the activities learned today in my own class.” - a participant in a recent workshop.

With our shareable, open-source guides and toolkits, educators can easily bring food justice into their learning spaces. Our lesson plans help create culturally-affirming learning environments where participants of all ages can share and build on their knowledge about the food system and can identify ways to engage in creating meaningful change. Scroll down for programming ideas on the right to food, racial and environmental justice, reconciliation, body liberation and fat acceptance, and poverty reduction.

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Check out our newest educator resource, “Cook What You Love, Love What You Eat,” a food justice-based workshop series! With seven weeks of lesson plans, this series brings conversations about anti-oppression, anti-racism, and the food system into your classroom. Help us inspire the next generation of food activists!

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Recently Added:

This is where you'll find the most recently updated, re-vamped or freshly designed lesson plans, educational tools and learning units from Field to Table Schools. Whether it's an adapted tried and true activity from the early days, something hot off the press, or something literally "dusted off" because the time is right - again. We hope you find them useful!

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Contact Brooke Ziebell if you have any question about this program.

Brooke Ziebell
Community Learning and Engagement Manager
brooke@foodshare.net
416-363-6441 x248

Program Lead

Brooke Ziebell // Community Learning and Engagement Manager

Pronouns: she/her/hers Brooke moved from Australia and joined the FoodShare team in 2009 - perfectly timing her arrival with an emerging local food movement and rapidly increasing public awareness of the importance of good food education. Immediately caught up in the buzz around food literacy, Brooke soon realized her joy was developing and implementing fun, hands-on food workshops and events...see full bio