Educational/Instructional Food & Ag Resources for Time at Home
- Cooking Activities with Kids (F2ECE)
- Blueberry Pruning Workshop
- Building a Pollinator Garden at the Agroecology Education Farm
- North Carolina Growing Together (NCGT) Webinar Series
- Vegetable Gardening 101 – NC State Extension
- Farm to Dorm Cooking Videos (NC10%)
- Teaching Tools for Beginning Farmers:
- Extension Overview of Local Food Systems Online Professional Development Certificate Program (Registration is open until 3/31/2020)
- BIPOC-led How to Videos, Gardening Projects, and Online Learning Resources, compiled by Soul Fire Farm
- 4-H Stem and Agriculture Activities
Free seasonal livestock and pasture management webinar series – April 16 – May 21
Inspiring videos from the NC 10% Campaign:
- Collards in the Cafeteria – Collards In the Cafeteria follows the journey of this nutrient-rich leafy green from the fields to Gaston County’s Central Kitchen, where they are cooked and processed in a Wonka-like fashion for the Gaston County Schools. The Director of School Nutrition shares the secret of the final step; getting students to try and, perhaps, even love this classic Southern side dish.
- Freshly Retired – The story of how a Director of Culinary Services and chef met the increasing demand for fresh food by residents at a continuing care retirement community in Charlotte, N.C.
- Ugly & Wild: Learning to Love N.C. Fish – Over the last decade, nearly 40% of N.C. fish houses have closed due to increasing demand for imported seafood; which is familiar and cheap, but from obscure sources using unknown practices. UGLY & WILD explores how Locals Seafood has created new connections with coastal fishing families to bring one of the state’s last wild foods to a dinner plate near you.
- What Can Be – How an economic development project is nurturing a resilient local food economy in Warrenton, North Carolina. Learn about the economic impacts of building regional food systems and what can be in small rural communities.