Curriculum Resources

This focus area includes offerings and opportunities that support student learning on University campuses to advance healthy and sustainable food in the preK–12 setting.

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Seeds to Plate, based out of Mark Twain Middle School in Mar Vista, California, believes that school garden programs foster a deep understanding of academic subjects by connecting...
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Dig is a unique student group on the UCLA campus that focuses on using student-driven research and peer learning. Through Dig, students educate one another about food, activism,...
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This curriculum helps support the education of pediatric, family physician, and medical-pediatric residents to promote the health of children and their families through healthy eating, optimal exercise, and...
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Food Matters provides resources for health care professionals to promote environmental health. Intended for families and communities, these resources include papers, brochures, and online videos featuring experts explaining...
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R'Garden is open to UC Riverside students, faculty, staff, and community members, to grow fresh produce while learning about social, environmental, and economic sustainability through a food systems...
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UC Davis established the Center for Nutrition in Schools (CNS) in response to the needs of teachers and administrators for nutrition education resources and professional development opportunities. CNS...
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Students in the Public Health Nutrition concentration at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health will gain perspective on the following essential questions: What are the most critical...
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The Berkeley Food Institute seeks to transform food systems to expand access to healthy, affordable food and promote sustainable and equitable food production. BFI is empowering new leaders...
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The Garden Project facilitates collaboration among four UC Irvine community gardens to share resources, labor, gardening know-how, food, and fun. The project is building linkages with the broader...
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The Food Justice curriuclum is designed to engage high school-aged youth in conversations about food environments, food as a social justice issue, nutrition, and the power of commercials...
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Equity Eatz is a food justice and entrepreneurship curriculum that helps youth develop skills in culinary arts, product development, and marketing through the lens of the food industry...
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The mission of the Edible Schoolyard Project is to build and share a national edible education curriculum for pre-kindergarten through high school. The program envisions gardens and kitchens...
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The University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) provides non-formal educational opportunities to rural and urban youth and adults of all economic levels and ethnic backgrounds. Part of UCCE's...