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Ask my school cafeteria to use locally-grown and organic produce

Eating locally produced and processed food can have one of the biggest impacts on reducing your carbon footprint. Also it is good for you! Schools can be key players in the movement to ‘eat local’ by taking the lead on sourcing local food for their cafeterias and demonstrating how to prepare healthy meals, all while fighting climate change! You could ask to have greenhouses in the school to encourage kids to garden and to become more passionate about plant life.

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Ask my school cafeteria to use locally-grown and organic produce

Eating locally produced and processed food can have one of the biggest impacts on reducing your carbon footprint. Also it is good for you! Schools can be key players in the movement to ‘eat local’ by taking the lead on sourcing local food for their cafeterias and demonstrating how to prepare healthy meals, all while fighting climate change! You could ask to have greenhouses in the school to encourage kids to garden and to become more passionate about plant life.