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Hybrid curriculum, classroom activity kits &
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Art Contest
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K-6 students are invited to be creative and celebrate the land and farmers that grow our food. To be a part of the contest, students will create an art piece representing a food grown in the Klamath Basin.

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With Food Hero, you can budget for, plan, and create countless healthy, super tasty meals and learn how to grow your own food. We have healthy and tasty recipes, meal ideas, budgeting, shopping, and many more cooking tips and tools, plus ways to connect with other Food Heroes.

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Klamath County Cafeterias
Featured Food of the Month!

Monthly spotlight on a food produced in Klamath County and/or Oregon and served in Klamath County School District. Promotional materials are used in cafeteria, classroom or at home. The visuals help students and families learn more about the spotlight food such as who grew it, how it grows and how to cook it.

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Who Are We and What Do We Do?


We are a team of OSU Extension Educators with skills ranging from gardening and cooking to food systems, nutrition, youth development, agriculture and more. We are bound by our passion for building a healthy community through access to food and education about food. We connect Klamath youth and their families to food in all its remarkable forms—growing it, cooking it, tasting it and learning about its value for health.

We do this by providing educational opportunities to experience where food comes from, how its grown, how its prepared and how it affects health. Activities include in-class, distance or hybrid education, field trips, hands-on cooking and gardening kits, food tastings, afterschool clubs, art and cooking contests and educational materials. Programs are delivered through partnerships with schools and youth organizations and are frequently grant funded.

These projects are funded, in part, by grants from USDA Farm to School, ODE Farm to School and USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

Our Team


Janice Schooler
4-H/Farm to School Education Program Assistant 





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