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Registration open for Montana Farm to School Summit: Sprouting Success

BOZEMAN, Mont. -- Registration is now open for the Montana Farm to School Summit, "Sprouting Success," to be held Sept. 22-23 at Montana State University.

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BOZEMAN, Mont. - Registration is now open for the Montana Farm to School Summit, “Sprouting Success,” to be held Sept. 22-23 at Montana State University.

The summit will include information about how Montana schools and programs are successfully integrating core elements of the farm to school movement, including serving local foods, cultivating school gardens and providing nutrition, agriculture and food education. The summit will include workshops, field trips and networking opportunities that have been designed to provide inspiration and build skills.

The conference will feature chef Ann Cooper, a nationally renowned advocate for improving school meals, as well as Montana farm to school champions who will share their stories and experiences.

Early registration is $40 and is available through June 30. Regular registration is $50 and is available July 1 to Sept. 9. Scholarships and continuing education units are available.

Participants may register online at https://tofu.msu.montana.edu/cs/f2s_2016 . Questions about registration can be emailed to Zoe Donovan at zoed@montana.edu .

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For more information about the summit, contact Aubree Roth, Montana Farm to School coordinator, at aubree.roth@montana.edu or (406) 994-5996.

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