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Slow Food USA's Good Curriculum

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by: Andrew Nowak
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Publication Date: February 24, 2015
Book Size: 8.5" x 11"
Pages: 139
Binding: Spiral Bound
Color: Color

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Book Synopsis
School gardens are used for many other purposes, including STEM education, nutrition, food production, sensory learning and social connections. The primary purpose of a Slow Food school garden is to fulfill the Slow Food mission of Good, Clean and Fair Food for All. A Slow Food school garden links the pleasure of good food with a commitment to fairness in the community and a healthy environment.

The curriculum is divided into three parts, Good, Clean and Fair. Together they provide a full range of activities centered around the garden; from tasting activities, to cooking with garden produce, to sustainable gardening, to studying food systems, and activities that promote access to affordable fresh food.

The "Good" curriculum consists of an introduction and two chapters. Chapter 1 is titled “Sensory Education” and Chapter 2 is titled “Kitchen Tools and Skills.”
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