Local kids. Local food. It just makes sense. Fourteen San Diego County school districts are serving students freshly prepared school meals made with California-grown food as part of California Thursdays.
Now you can cook it at home with your kids. Download the free "California Tastes Amazing" cookbook with five California Thursdays recipes. DOWNLOAD IT FOR FREE ›
Download the infographic to find out how great fresh and local can be.GET THE INFOGRAPHIC ›
How can you help your kids and your school? Here are 5 things parents can do. GET STARTED ›
The Center for Ecoliteracy is a nonprofit that advances ecological education in K-12 schools. We recognize that students need to experience and understand how nature sustains life and how to live accordingly. VISIT US HERE
The collective impact work in San Diego County is facilitated by the Center for Ecoliteracy and Community Health Improvement Partners (CHIP). It is made possible by the generous support of the TomKat Foundation, U.S. Department of Agriculture, California Department of Food and Agriculture, The California Endowment, Panta Rhea, Tides Foundation, New Priorities Foundation, and donors to the Center for Ecoliteracy.