Farm to Cafeteria

Updated Farm to Cafeteria Manual Available

Updated Farm to Cafeteria Manual Available

In 2009 NCAT's Farm to Cafeteria Network was formed under the mission of supporting vibrant local communities by increasing the amount of healthy, locally-grown food served in public and private institutions.  Five years ago, the Farm to Cafeteria Network produced its...

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Clark Fork School in Missoula Celebrates Harvest of the Month

Eight early childcare centers across the state are participating in the new Montana Harvest of the Month program. Each month, participating childcare centers, K-12 schools, and afterschool programs are showcasing one Montana grown or raised food by serving it in a...

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The Automatic Choice: A B2S Story from Big Timber

The Automatic Choice: A B2S Story from Big Timber

Do you envision a Montana where local beef in schools is the automatic choice? The Beef to School Coalition thinks local beef should be at option for every school, especially in a state where there are more cows than people. With coalition members spanning the...

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Abundant Montana Directory Launches Improvements

The Farm to Cafeteria Network maintains a database on our webpage of both producers and institutions that are engaged in local procurement. Currently, we’re working in collaboration with Alternative Energy Resource Organization's (AERO) Abundant Montana project to...

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Get information about Montana food producers, processors, and distributors who are interested in selling to institutions.

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Get information about Montana institutions utilizing local food systems to put food on the table.

The Farm to Cafeteria Manual for Montana is now available!

FTC Montana Manual
We’re excited to announce our new resource, the Farm to Cafeteria Manual for Montana, a how-to for farmers, ranchers, foodservice directors, and community leaders.

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