Free Professional Development Training

For School Personnel and Community Partners
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables:
A Centerpiece for a Healthy School Environment

Part I – Fall/Winter Season
This FREE, two-day training provides tools to support an increase of fresh fruits and vegetables on school campuses through interactive and skill-building activities.
Day ONE – 8:45 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Nutrition education promoting fruit and vegetable consumption
Garden-enhanced nutrition education
Academic connections to nutritious school gardens
Greening school campuses: gardening, composting, and more
Team-building and communication strategies to support your effort

Day TWO – 8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Connecting schools with local farms
Serving and promoting seasonal fruit and vegetable snacks
Safe culinary skills from garden to classroom

Please bring your own “brown-bag” lunch. 2009 Training Dates and Locations
Downey October 13 and 14 Salinas November 16 and 17
Santa Ana October 15 and 16 Davis November 18 and 19
Fresno October 19 and 20 San Diego November 30 and December 1
Santa Rosa November 9 and 10 Hayward December 2 and 3
Rialto November 12 and 13 Redding December 8 and 9

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Early registration encouraged, as seating is limited. The first 20 people to register at each location will receive a set of 140 beautiful fresh fruit and vegetable photo cards. Register now!
Registration ends two weeks prior to each training date.

1.This training replaces the Fall Shaping Health as Partners in Education (SHAPE) workshop.
2. If you are a Network for a Healthy California contractor, only Day One is 100% Network allowable. Any costs associated with attendance on Day Two must be covered by non-Network funds.