In the last months of the 2019-2020 school year, schools worked hard to find inventive ways to connect with students and families. As learning shifted from schools to homes, teachers and community organizations worked to develop and adapt creative solutions to help keep students connected to local food systems.
The Northwest BEE SEE program was no exception. With the help of some incredible teachers and dedicated community partners, the program was able to quickly adapt to fit the needs of students learning from home. In the autumn of 2019, the project received funding from an IMAGINE Grant and was supported by Farm to School BC.