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Sitka’s Fish-to-Schools creates resource guide, curriculum


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The Sitka Conservation Society’s Tracy Gagnon discusses their new Guide to Serving Local Fish in School Cafeterias. The guide offers resources for schools or parents interested in developing the networks needed to serve local fish in schools. It also has an elementary school curriculum. There will be a celebration/information event with the Sitka School Board and the Sitka Local Foods Network 6:30 PM Thu Mar 20 at Blatchley Middle School.

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