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May | Mixed Greens

We provide ready-to-go materials for your classroom, cafeteria and community to promote the use of local, seasonal foods. May’s Harvest of the Month is mixed greens! The versatility of greens, in flavor, shape and application, is enormous. They can accompany any type of dish and, many varieties can be eaten raw or cooked. No matter what the season, fresh greens can end up on your plate!
Download the Resources:
-Poster
-Cafeteria
-Educator
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Enter Your Taste Test Results!
Are you doing taste tests in your classroom, cafeteria or community with HOM products? Please contribute to our Taste Test Results Form.
 

Sign the Pledge:
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Insert the Ads:
-Business Card Ad to insert in your newsletter.
-Table Top Ad to put in your restaurant or retail store.
Share the Harvest:
Troy Elementary School made Baked Parsnip Chips—yum! 



Show us how you're integrating HOM in your classroom, cafeteria, or community! Post a Share the Harvest photo on our Facebook  page. If you're not on Facebook, no worries, email us your photo here.
Photo Credit: Emma Helverson 
Kid-Friendly Eating Tips:

-Give arugula pesto a try as a sandwich spread!


-Use bib or butterhead lettuce as a wrap.


-Sauté chard, collards, pac choy or spinach with fresh garlic, olive oil, salt, and pepper; serve it on its own or add to scrambled eggs, soup, or a baked dish.


-Toss pea or sunflower shoots in with a pasta dish or potato salad.


-Taste test a variety of dressings on any type of green.
 



HOM Takes a Trip to Brattleboro!
Green Mountain Farm-to-School and Upper Valley Farm to School were excited to have the opportunity to present at the 5th Annual Farm to School Conference in Brattleboro, hosted by our wonderful HOM partners, Food Connects! We walked away both inspired, and excited for the coming year!


Quote of the month from a 4th grader who helped prepare a taste test at Craftsbury School: "You'll probably want every restaurant in the galaxy to have roasted parsnips with honey glaze!"

Harvest of the Month is a project of Green Mountain Farm-to-School, Food Connects and The Upper Valley Farm to School Network, with funding support from Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc., the Harris and Frances Block Foundation, and the Vermont Community Foundation.
 
 
       
 

Have a request or suggestion? Please email us here. Share this newsletter with your family and friends, and enjoy May’s Harvest of the Month: mixed greens!
 

 
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