In the News


February 17, 2017

Exploring Wool at Island Preschools

With our school gardens cleaned up and put away for the winter, preschoolers across the island have been learning about an important agricultural product of our community- wool and fiber. In our first lesson, we discussed where wool comes from- farmers give their sheep a haircut, then use their wool to make warm clothes to wear ...
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November 1, 2013

Martha’s Vineyard School Food Celebrated in Bon Appetit Magazine

Bon Appetit, one of the country’s premiere food magazines, posted an article about some of the best school food in America, singling out six school systems across the US that serve top-quality food sourced from as many local purveyors as possible. Martha’s Vineyard schools ranked as one of the six! We are thrilled that the hard ...
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September 26, 2013

MV Times on school food

Thanks to the Martha’s Vineyard Times for their appraisal of our work and of the cafeteria staff’s wonderful efforts to improve school food. Check out the article by clicking here.
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January 14, 2013

Cape and Islands Farm to School Network Pioneer Meeting

Join us on February 2nd for a meeting to connect farm to school efforts in our Cape and Islands Community. Check out this flyer for more information, including how you can register to attend. The day is free, with lunch included, but space is limited! Email emily.duncker@islandgrown.org for more information.
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