Healthy eating is a natural outcome of garden-based education. Get started here!
This page links to the Guidelines for Food and Beverage Sales in BC schools and all supportive resources.
This guide supports a range of healthy fundraising ideas that can support your school goals.
Brother Nature Organic Seeds
Cowichan Valley BC
heirloom and heritage vegetable seeds
Full Circle Seeds
Green Space Design
Cortes Island BC
organic vegetable seed
Salt Spring Seeds
Salt Spring Island BC
heritage and heirloom grains, beans, vegetables
Seeds of Victoria
open pollinated vegetable and herb seeds
organic heirloom and gourmet vegetable seeds
Sunshine Farm Certified Organic Seeds
organic heirloom, heritage and common variety vegetables and herbs; transplants also available
Two Wings Farm
gourmet heritage and heirloom vegetables
West Coast Seeds
seeds for organic vegetables that perform well in the unique coastal growing environment. Also provides a wealth of information about starting seed, growing techniques and planting calendars.
Learn how Burnaby Mountain Secondary in School District 41 successfully introduced soups into the menu.
Find out how the PAC lunch program at Dorothy Lynas Elementary in School District 44 was able to generate the same amount of funds using the new School Guidelines despite higher food costs.
Explore the challenges of nutrition education and lunchtime at school.
There is growing interest around the world for using gardens as a hands-on learning opportunity that can be integrated into a wide-range of subject areas. Studies of food-producing gardens in schools cite many benefits.