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Where Does our Food Come From? by Susan Rauchwerk (Ages 14-19; GT114)

Feeding Plants to Feed the World, by Kent Lewarne (Ages 14-19; GT113)

Role-Playing, Inquiry and Food Chains, by Autumn Doss (Ages 6-10; GT111)

An Intergenerational Care Game, by Edith Pucci Couchman (Ages 6-14; GT111)

The Giving of the Gardens, by Alison Elliot (Ages 10-14; GT110)

A Reel-y Authentic Food Truck, by Daisy Sharrock and Liz Perry (Ages 14-19; GT110)

Speaking for Native Bees, by Gail Trenholm (All ages; GT108)

Slow Cookers for Kids, by Dan Hendry (Ages 10-14; GT107)

Take the Green Challenge, by Naomi Dietzel Hershiser (Ages 6-14; GT107)

Harvesting Life Lessons, by Carrie Koplinka-Loehr (Ages 14-19; GT106)

Returning to the Earthby Matthew Kemshaw (All Ages; GT105)

Organizing Youth Farmer’s Marketsby Jamie Siebrase (Ages 6-14; GT104)

Twenty Minutes with a Mushroom, by Jessica Pierson (All Ages; GT104)

Coconutty Classes, by Noan Fesnoux (Ages 10-14; GT99)

Signature Salads, by Brooke Ziebell (All Ages; GT97)

Salad Farmers, by Sara Inbar (Ages 6-10; GT97)

Food Justice Empowers Teenagers, by Gwendolyn Eden (Ages 14-19; GT96)

Rethinking Lunchtime: Making Lunch an Integral Part of Education, by Michael K. Stone (All Ages; GT84)

School Food Gardens in Multicultural Inner-city Settings, by Sunday Harrison (All Ages; GT84)

Getting Fresh with Farm-to-School Programs, by Marion Kalb (All Ages; GT80)

The Dinner Game, by Jan Cincera (Ages 14-19; GT77)

Food For Thought: Practicing Conservation at the Table, by Heather Montgmery (All Ages; GT77)

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