Trainings and Events
Upcoming Training & Events
Montana Farm to School Regional Showcases
This spring, two Montana Farm to School Regional Showcases provide opportunities for anyone interested in the program to see how sites around the state successfully implement farm to school. Attendees will discover how the schools’ teams implement farm to school in the cafeteria, classroom, and community, and be equipped with the information and resources to start or grow farm to school in their community. Those in attendance will also get the inside scoop on how stakeholders work together successfully, and specific examples will prove to be beneficial to anyone wanting to grow the movement in their community. Lunch is provided.
Two showcases will be held this spring:
- March 18 from 9am-2pm in Fairview, MT - Postponed
- May 6 in Hardin, MT
Event Updates: Given current health concerns and uncertainty around coronavirus, we have decided to postpone the Montana Farm to School Showcase to be held in Fairview, MT on March 18. We thank you for your understanding. For those currently registered, we will inform you when a new date has been determined and provide you an opportunity to remain registered or release your spot. We will close registration for the Fairview Showcase until we have selected a new date. At this time, registration will remain open for the Montana Farm to School Showcase planned for Hardin on May 6. We will continue to monitor the situation and will notify registered attendees if any changes to the May 6 event are to be made.
Archived Training & Webinars
USDA hosts farm to school webinar series on a regular basis. Check out the current webinar series or recorded versions online.
Chef Donna's Butternut Squash Soup Recipe
Creating and Using a School Garden as an Outdoor Classroom
- Garden City Harvest - School Garden Guidebook
- Creating an Ideal School Garden Committee Handout
- PowerPoint Presentation
Funding Farm to School: Grants & Other Creative Funding Sources
Get Kids Hooked on Cooking in the Classroom
Getting Started with Farm to Early Care and Education
MT Beef to School Stories
Six #SocialMedia Strategies You Can Use to Promote Your Program NOW