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A good, clean and fair plan for child nutrition
This fall, we all have an opportunity to demand better and more equitably distributed nutrition programs and school lunches for children in the US. Join a panel curated by Slow Food USA’s Food and Farm Policy team to learn the ins and outs of the Child Nutrition Reauthorization Act (CNR), a bill expected to make it to congress in fall 2021.

Slow Food USA has advocated for an equitable CNR that will restore and build upon the provisions of the landmark Healthy and Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 in these meaningful ways:
- Enhance and strengthen farm-to-school programming
- Effectively integrate nutrition education into school curricula
- Strengthen cafeteria staff and equipment resources
- Provide children with more time to enjoy healthful, culturally meaningful, climate-friendly school meals

Once you learn more about the CNR, we’ll share some ways you can get involved and advocate for this dramatic shift in school nutrition programs across the US.

The CNR webinar will feature:

Slow Food USA Host: Cynthia Walters, National Garden-Based Learning Expert/Educator and Program Manager/Food Systems Policy Fellow

Moderator: Lesley Kroupa, JD, MS, RDN, Interim Policy Director, Laurie M. Tisch Center for Food Education & Policy, Teachers College, Columbia University

Panelist: Morgan McGhee, FoodCorps, Director, School Nutrition Leadership

Panelist: Janna Parker, National Farm to School Network, Policy Associate

Panelist: Jen Cadenhead, PhD, RDN, Goldberg Postdoctoral Researcher in Food Trauma in Children, Laurie M. Tisch Center for Food Education & Policy, Teachers College, Columbia University

Photo by Jonathan Borba on Unsplash

Please note that your e-mail address will be added to a Slow Food Live subscriber list when you register for the session. You will receive occasional e-mails exclusively about upcoming Slow Food Live sessions.

Sep 22, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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