Farm to school programs
link local farmers with schools.

This simple concept holds great potential as a solution to two of the major challenges facing our society: concerns about the diet and health of children and the dwindling of small farms. By purchasing locally grown products, schools are able to serve fresher produce to students, create new markets for local farms, and incorporate exciting programs that meet state education standards. Farms gain a sense of community involvement by impacting the lives of children and becoming involved in agricultural education, while benefiting from increased sales.





Get Involved with Rogue Valley Farm to School!
Interested in joining us as a volunteer for educational programs on farms, in gardens or school cafeterias this fall? Save the date for our Fall Volunteer Training! The orientation meeting will give you all the basics about volunteering with RVF2S. Then, pick a day to join us on the farm or in the cafeteria to observe our programs in action and get all your questions answered by our knowledgeable staff. Read the full Volunteer Training description here.

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Harvest Dinner on Oak Street: An Evening Under the Stars 
The RVF2S team is thrilled to be partnering with Standing Stone Brewing Company to bring you a special event that celebrates local farms and the bounty of our region. “Harvest Dinner on Oak Street” is a collaborative effort to benefit Rogue Valley Farm to School. Join us as we transform Oak Street for the evening into a beautiful, communal dining space. Read the full event description here.

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Cultivating healthy kids, environmental stewardship, farm relationships and the local economy