South Valley Youth Taking Part in Local Food System

Hi everyone! My name is Betzabed and I am a Summer Youth Intern with NMOST. On August 29, I had the chance to visit the RFK farm/garden out-of-school time program located on Isleta near the Shadyside park.

How to Incorporate the CACFP into your Meals Program

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Find out how to incorporate the At-Risk Component of the CACFP into your program and start serving your kids a snack or meal in the afternoon! Since COVID-19, a suite of waivers has made it much easier to enroll in the CACFP by streamlining the application process and lessening certain requirements. It is now possible to serve kids up to three meals a day through a combination of federally funded-meals programs, and the CACFP has made it possible for families to take meals home over the weekends and holidays! 


  
 

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