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American Indian Traditional Foods In USDA School Meals Programs: A Wisconsin Farm to School Toolkit

Melanie Wong | Feb 22, 201912:57 AM     3

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The American Indian Traditional Foods In USDA School Meals Programs: A Wisconsin Farm to School Toolkit is a new resource to help source, menu, credit, and use more traditional foods in school meal programs. The Toolkit features native and traditional foods to include in school means, new recipes for schools use, menu planning support, and procurement information.

Be well,

Erin

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Erin Peot (preferred pronouns: she/her/hers

Community Food Systems Outreach Specialist

Center for Community & Economic Development

University of Wisconsin-Extension

336 Lowell Center-610 Langdon Street

Madison, WI 53703

Tel: 608-890-4606 Fax: 608-263-4999

711 (Wisconsin Relay)
erin.peot@ces.uwex.edu

dpi.wi.gov
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