Current News and Projects

New! Harvesting Montana Recipes 

Montana Team Nutrition and Montana OPI have released six recipes for school nutrition programs as part of the Harvesting Montana Recipes project featuring Montana grown foods— barley, beets, bison, lentils, and sweet cherries. 

Roadmap to Building Quality School Meals

Montana Team Nutrition is excited to share this new resource to help school nutrition programs with serving high quality school meals. Learn more about this project and a download a copy of the roadmap here.

Montana School Meals Certificate

Montana Team Nutrition is pleased to offer a new comprehensive training program called the Montana School Meals Certificate (MSMC). Click here to sign up or learn more about this training opportunity.

Resources for School Year 2022-2023

Check out our back to school handout to learn about Montana Team Nutrition and Montana Farm to School resources for the upcoming school year! Register now for upcoming OPI School Nutrition Fall Workshops and review the SY 2022-2023 Continuing Education Calendar

 


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Our Mission

In collaboration with partners across the state, Montana Team Nutrition leverages evidence-based practices and policies to provide training, resources, and support to K-12schools that promote engaging food-based education, foster positive food relationships, and cultivate healthyschool environments.

Our Vision

Cultivating healthy Montana children and communities by shaping lifelong positive food and physical activity habits. 


Montana Team Nutrition Program works in close collaboration with the Office of Public Instruction School Nutrition Programs, and is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Team Nutrition Training Grant Program. The USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.  Read the full Nondiscrimination Statement. With Montana Team Nutrition being within the Department of Health and Human Development at Montana State University, collaboration with faculty especially the Food and Health Lab, and MSU Extension Nutrition Education Programs naturally occurs and provides a strong foundation for active partnerships to maximize resources and strengthen research. Team Nutrition staff invite students and interns to learn through service learning projects and is excited to be preceptors for the Montana Dietetic Internship Program and other programs within the Department of Health and Human Development.


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