Watch recordings of previous 2022 webinars covering a variety of farm to school and school garden topics. Click on the individual recording links below or see the entire series by clicking here.
Farm to School 101
Stacey Purslow, the program coordinator for NH Farm to School kicks off the 2022 Webinar Series with the basics: reviewing what farm to school is, how to connect the classroom to the cafeteria, and foster community connections through farm to school programming. Go to the recording by clicking here.
Cultivating Roots: Basic Classroom Hydroponics
4-H Field Specialist, Michelle Bersaw-Robblee, and 6th grade Special Education Educator, Kristen Bean Warren discuss how they partnered to bring hydroponics into the classroom. Go to the recording by clicking here.
Farm to School in New Hampshire
Representatives from the Nashua, Manchester, Somersworth , and North Country gathered to provide updates, resources, and more from their respective farm to school programs. Go to the recording by clicking here.
Garden and Classroom Connections
Discover lessons and activities that connect the classroom to the garden. Science, math, social studies, language arts and other academic areas are explored through the lens of gardening. Go to the recording by clicking here.
School Food and Local Food Procurement
A panel of representatives from the NH Food Hub Network, NH Farm to School, and NH Hunger Solutions discuss policy and programs related to school food and local food procurement. Go to the recording by clicking here.
Seed Saving and School Gardens
Learn about how to incorporate seed saving into school garden projects and curriculum. Go to the recording by clicking here.
School Composting: The Basics and What to Consider
Discover the basics of how to compost at your school and what to consider when building your site, regarding equipment needs, and community support. Case study examples are reviewed to help spark inspiration when developing your school's composting program! Go to the recording by clicking here.