Healthy Farms, Healthy Kids: Evaluating the Barriers and Opportunities for Farm-To-School Programs, 2001, by Andrea Misako Azuma and Andrew Fisher.
Explores in-depth the opportunities and barriers related to school food services purchasing food from local farmers. Includes case studies and lessons learned from actual projects. 62 pp. Community Food Security Coalition, PO Box 209, Venice, CA 90294; 310-822-5410.

National Farm to School Program is a project of the Center for Food and Justice, a division of the Urban and Environmental Policy Institute at Occidental College. The project brings together nine partners from four states to work on promoting farm to school programs nationwide. Visit the program online at: