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Social cognitive theory as a framework for considering Farm to School programming.
- E. Roche, David Conner, J. Kolodinsky, Erin Buckwalter, L. Berlin, A. Powers
- Psychology, Medicine
- Childhood obesity
- 6 August 2012
The findings show that there are distinct food-related attitudes and behaviors that differ widely by the SCT informed clusters and that can be used to inform FTS programs. Expand
Do Farm-to-School Programs Create Local Economic Impacts?
Farm-to-school (FTS) programs began in two schools in 1996 as a grassroots movement and now reach approximately 23.6 million students in 42% of U.S. school districts (U.S. Department of Agriculture,… Expand
Institutional Demand for Locally-Grown Food in Vermont: Marketing Implications for Producers and Distributors
Institutional food service operations have shown increasing interest in locally grown foods, and are providing a business opportunity for farmers and distributors. The purpose of this paper is to… Expand