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Bahia Vista Elementary School partners with Teens Turning Green and Project Lunch

Teenstudents_holding_signs Turning Green team supported a Project Lunch event as part of the Bahia Vista Elementary Community Work Day in San Rafael on April 30, 2011.

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Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution names Judi Shils as Food Hero

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Judi is the driving force behind Project Lunch, an effort to rethink and transform school lunch across Marin County in California with people from all parts of the community embracing nutritious, locally sourced, whole food in the cafeteria.

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THE SCHOOL LUNCH CHALLENGE

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REQUEST FOR VOLUNTEERS TO MENTOR MARIN SCHOOLS AND HELP START PROJECT LUNCH CLUBS

Teens Turning Green is launching Project Lunch to build a community in which all children are nourished, engaged, healthy and thriving. To accomplish this goal, we are seeking teachers, parents, and community members to collaborate with students and develop Project Lunch Clubs on school campuses in Marin County. The goal of these clubs is to build community around healthy food and inspire students to improve the school lunch program by helping the transition to healthier food choices, growing gardens, starting to compost, hosting chef demos, reducing waste and becoming involved in their school food program as leaders and innovators.
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Teens Turning Green is a student led movement devoted to education and advocacy around environmentally and socially responsible choices for individuals, schools, and communities. We  seek to promote global sustainability by identifying and eliminating toxic exposures that permeate our lives and threaten public and environmental health.