Farm Fresh Challenge Success Stories

2023 Farm Fresh Challenge Success Stories Click the Image for Details

Activities: A compilation of some of the creative ideas implemented by participants in the 2023 Farm Fresh Challenge
Displays: See what FFC participants did to make their serving lines and cafeterias engaging for students in 2023
Flyers: View the creative ways 2023 FFC participants shared information and recipes about local products
Garden Fun: Several FFC participants worked in their gardens and/or used their school garden grown produce as part of their 2023 learning activities
More Fun: Costumes and fun food shapes and activities were on the menu for these 2023 FFC participants

Archived Success Stories Click the +button to expand each section

Health Fair and Tasting Booths  Maximize 

Six Schools Offer a Taste of Creativity  Maximize 

Cooking, Planting, and Produce Jokes  Maximize 

A fun way to celebrate the Farm Fresh Challenge!  Maximize 

Lockhart ISD Serves Local with First Farm Fresh Challenge  Maximize 

Beeville ISD Students Excited to See Farm Fresh Options  Maximize 

Multiple Sources Provide Local Foods for Coppell ISD  Maximize 

Success Stories CACFP Use the + button to expand each section.
Houston Food Bank Serves Fresh Texas Produce in Kid's Café Sites  Maximize 

Play Care Academy Plants a Garden  Maximize 

Dallas ISD Uses the Harvest of the Month Resource to Teach about Texas Produce  Maximize 

Success Stories SFSP/SSO Use the + button to expand each section.
Temple ISD and Florence ISD Team Up with Bouldin Food Forest  Maximize 

Copperas Cove School District Helps Everyone Win  Maximize 

TDA Partner Serves Up Farm Fresh Fun for Harlingen Children  Maximize 

Pasadena ISD Completes the TDA Summer Farm Fresh Challenge  Maximize 

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