Georgia Early Care and Schooling Harvest of the Month Initiative — The Dust

Georgia Early Care and Schooling Harvest of the Month Initiative — The Dust
Georgia Early Care and Schooling Harvest of the Month Initiative — The Dust

We’re excited to share this visitor weblog submit from considered one of our wonderful companions at High quality Take care of Kids (QCC)!

By Monica Griffin MS, RD, LD

Monica Griffin is the Vitamin Early Care and Schooling Supervisor at High quality Take care of Kids. To be taught extra about High quality Take care of Kids, go to qualitycareforchildren.org and join with us on social media @QCCGeorgia on Fb, Instagram, and Twitter.

The Georgia Early Care and Schooling Harvest of the Month is a collaborative marketing campaign to advertise native, seasonal vegetables and fruit in little one care settings.

The initiative is led by High quality Take care of Kids, Georgia Organics, and the Georgia Division of Early Care and Studying.

To help the state-wide initiative, High quality Take care of Kids has developed a wide range of sources for little one care suppliers, together with:

  • Colourful poster out there in English and Spanish

  • Cookbook that includes recipes created by Georgia little one care suppliers

  • Dedicated webpage to advertise every Harvest of the Month merchandise, together with classroom exercise concepts, recipes, a e-book listing, and a household e-newsletter out there in each English and Spanish

  • Digital and in-person training opportunities to assist little one care suppliers procure and put together locally-grown meals, and to combine gardening and food-based studying actions within the classroom

October’s Harvest of the Month merchandise is spinach to align with Georgia Organics’ “Spinach to Win It!” marketing campaign to get youngsters consuming, rising and collaborating in Farm to ECE actions throughout Nationwide Farm to College Month.

High quality Take care of Kids’s October coaching calendar is targeted on serving to little one care suppliers implement Farm to ECE applications: