Friday, April 2, 2010

Organic. It's Worth It in Schools!

“Organic. It’s Worth It In Schools.”

Want to join Nutritious Feast in helping schools access and offer students more organic food? The Organic Trade Association (OTA) is calling on teachers, parents, students, educators and others to join the “Organic. It’s Worth It In Schools.” initiative and vote for their favorite school to win an organic garden complete with seeds, soil and expert gardening support; or a fully stocked vending machine, featuring items like milk, fruit, cheese, yogurt and organic snacks.

Through May 1, 2010, when you visit you can “vote” for a school by signing up for an electronic newsletter featuring organic tips, recipes, news and more. Your school must receive a minimum 1,000 votes (or newsletter sign-ups) to win. Full details on rules and regulations are available at


Deb K said...

Following from MBC :-)

You can find me here~ said...

I am sorry that this is a form letter :(

However we spent days following everyone on the Simply Follow list, and out of 690 people, maybe only 10 followed us :(

I don't know if you joined our blog or not, but if you have a moment, could you PLEASE go over to and give us a quick follow?

Again, sorry for this form letter, but I am going to to back to ALL 600+ people that we followed and leave this note. Hopefully we will get a great turnout now!



Jessica said...

Unfortunately, I missed the deadline for voting on the measure, but I hope to show my support in some other way. I think it is very important that kids in schools have access to organic food.

I found your blog on MBC and am now following.

I am still new at this blogging thing and am in need of new followers, so please follow me as well.

You can find me at:

I look forward to reading more from you!

-Jessica a.k.a Nya's mom

Neo said...

hi, just thought I would let you know, I work with pesticides, and am not a fan at all to organic foods, but then, we live in a free world, and opinions are like belly buttons... have a great day