The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa (UHM) College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources’ (CTAHR) Farm to School Program seeks to promote health by addressing nutrition and food access at a community food system level, by addressing community-level needs for implementing farm to school activities which include education, school gardens and school farms, and local food procurement. Specifically, the objectives of the program are:
- To identify community needs related to farm to school efforts and resources.
- To develop and pilot curriculum for educators on farm to school
- To expand CTAHR’s Grow Eat Think (GET) Local website to include resources for implementing farm to school.
These efforts have been made possible through funding from CTAHR Cooperative Extension and the Hawai‘i State Department of Health and University of Hawaii SNAP-Ed. Big Mahalo to CTAHR Extension and SNAP-Ed leaders for your vision and support!
The Hawaii 4-H program is looking for youth in grades 5-12 to participate in a Virtual Cooking Challenge in the state. Youth do not need to be a current 4-H member to participate in the contest. There is no cost to participate in the contest. The goal is for youth to create a video featuring a local commodity (plant or animal) that demonstrates the successful completion of a healthful recipe. The contest includes an opportunity […]
Meet the winners of the 2021 GET Local 4-H Virtual Cooking Contest!
Congratulations to our 2021 cooking contest winners! View the recipes, see photos of the completed dishes, and get links to the cooking demonstration videos!
The Hawaii 4-H State Virtual Cooking Contest is now accepting registrations for participants in grades 5-12.