Michigan Good Food Bite
August 4, 2017
FoodCorps Expands the Food World for Michigan Kids 

Photo Credit: Andrea Collier 
By: Andrea King Collier, Freelance Journalist and Author
FoodCorps teams are hard at work in six Michigan schools, helping kids learn where their food comes from, how it's grown and how to make healthy food choices. FoodCorps is an AmeriCorps service organization that connects kids to healthy food in school. 
Incorporating good food education into the pre-K-12 curriculum for all Michigan students is one of the agenda priorities of the Michigan Good Food Charter. By making high quality food available in schools, childcare centers and institutions, we can improve the health and well-being of all of Michigan's children. 
This week's guest writer, Andrea King Collier, recently visited a FoodCorps site in Flint and learned more about how the program is connecting Michigan kids to healthy food. Andrea is a freelance journalist and author who has a special interest in good food stories in Michigan. 
Click the button below to read more about the FoodCorps program in Michigan. 
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