Meet Nancy Easton of Wellness in the Schools, Inspiring Healthy Eating

"Our vision is to create healthier school environments for children to learn and grow. In order to achieve this vision, our chefs and our coaches are in schools every day, working side by side with school communities." Meet Nancy Easton, founder and executive director of Wellness in the Schools.

Food Programs Making Strides in School Gardens and Cafeterias

Across the US, lots of organizations are providing opportunities for children to engage with healthy and sustainable food. School garden organizations and cafeteria-food oriented programs give kids access to nourishing food options. Check out this snapshot of some of the great work that's being done!

Back to School Food and Water Tools!

It's back to school time! Here at GRACE we're trying to make everyone's job a little easier by providing free tools and resources that both teachers and students can use in their work on sustainable food, water and energy.

Cheerios Drops GMOs from Classic Formula

After months of consumer pressure led by Green America's GMO Inside campaign, General Mills announces a new GMO-free formula for its flagship cereal, Cheerios.

Breakfast or Dessert? How Much Sugar Is In Your Kid's Cereal?

According to a new report by the Environmental Working Group, an assessment of 84 popular children's breakfast cereals revealed that only one in four meets the voluntary dietary guidelines proposed by the federal Interagency Working Group on Food Marketed to Children.

Putting a Lid on Popped Fire Hydrants

Opening fire hydrants for fun is troublesome: it’s illegal, it’s wasteful and it’s very dangerous. In New York City hydrants can be opened legally if equipped with a City-approved spray cap that greatly reduces the flow. Caps can be obtained free of charge at a local firehouse. It seems like a reasonable compromise between the hot and the bothered.

Tribeca Yummy Mummy

Cate, aka Tribeca Yummy Mummy, teaches mommies and preschool age children how to make delicious things.

Stone Barns

Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture is also home to the Stone Barns Farm market and the Blue Hill Cafe. Public Programs Director Nena Johnson took us on a tour of everything from the greenhouse to the bee hives to the forced-air composter...even a patch of pasture being tilled by a couple of nosy sows.

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