• Who's Feeding Our Kids: The Farmer's Perspective

  • Who’s Feeding Our Kids: Expanding 10 Cents a Meal’s Reach to Child Care Providers

  • Who’s Feeding Our Kids: Building Local Food Systems in The Upper Peninsula

  • Who’s Feeding Our Kids: Adventures in Food Education

  • Who’s Feeding Our Kids: Plainwell Community Schools and Kalamazoo Valley Community College’s ValleyHUB

  • The Unintended Benefits of 10 Cents a Meal at Charlotte Public Schools

  • Growing Food for Detroit's Students: A Spotlight on Drew Farm

Key Organizational Statements

"With this bill, Michigan joins just a handful of states that have taken this great step forward, demonstrating its role as a national leader in this work."

- National Farm to School Network

“Michigan Farm Bureau applauds the efforts of all the hard-working members of the project team behind the success of the 10 Cents a Meal program. This program provides yet another opportunity for our state’s farmers to move additional produce inventory at the local level, providing a healthy, great-tasting option to their school lunch programs. We support the future endeavors of the program, and encourage the project team to continue to build on their success and enhance the effectiveness of the program, to remain a paramount program example for other states to follow.”

– Michigan Farm Bureau

“The School Nutrition Association of Michigan is pleased to support the 10 Cents a Meal Program for the well-being of Michigan students. It is a critical time for school nutrition programs and as School Nutrition Professionals, we see the great benefits this program can continue to offer. 10 Cents a Meal brings the community together and allows our school nutrition programs to support the local economy while providing healthy, locally grown food. We endorse this program and the positive impact it is making for the future of Michigan’s kids.”

– School Nutrition Association of Michigan

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