Why give to F2SPC?

F2SPC flourishes with the support of its many stakeholders, making it a true collaborative, community-based organization. We deploy this approach because of the profound impact that healthy eating has in the lives of Park County’s schoolchildren.

Your donation will help Farm To School of Park County provide healthy and nutritious school meals for EVERY child EVERY day.

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Farm to School of Park County has successfully expanded to include the school districts we serve from Wilsall to Gardiner. In the coming years, F2SPC will take the next step of deepening and strengthening its presence in the classroom, gardens, school kitchen and beyond. Our goal is to institutionalize the progress we have made with our students, parents, teachers, food service staff, and school and community partners to continue to place healthy, local, sustainable food on the plates and in the minds of Park County schoolchildren. Through an integrated approach with our core stakeholders and donors, we anticipate that farm to school lessons will sustain healthy new food habits and taste preferences in Park County students for years to come.

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From the Executive Director

Dear Supporters,

We are working hard to help schools serve healthy, local and sustainable foods. We empower children to create eating patterns that nourish both their minds and their bodies. And all this tasty, healthy eating sustains our farmers and the planet.

Farm to School is truly a community effort, and we want to keep you in the loop. Here you will find information about our progress, our funding and our future plans. I see more partners, more healthy foods, more gardens, more schools, and more staff. And definitely more beets.

Rachael Jones | Executive Director

Thank You

We exist because of the ongoing support of all of our generous community partners and contributors, including the following major donors ($5,000 and above):

Andrew & Victoria Field


Susan Henshaw Jones

Debbie Erdman