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|Date||FNS Document#||EO Guidance Document #||Title|
|Demystifying the USDA Foods Complaint Process Part One|
|Produce Safety Videos and Webinars|
|Produce Safety Webinars|
|Eat School Lunch UX Challenge|
|Procurement by Micropurchase|
|Farm to School at USDA: Looking Back and Looking Forward|
|Community Eligibility Provision: Administrative Review|
|Farm to Summer: Bringing Summer Meals to Farmers Markets|
|Community Eligibility Provision: Title I and E-rate|
|Summer Meals: Engaging Faith Based and Neighborhood Organizations|
|USDA Farm to School Grant Program|
|Community Eligibility Provision: Financial Considerations|
|Community Eligibility Provision: Notification and Publication Requirements for State Agencies|
|Farm to Summer: Local Foods and Educational Activities in Summer Meal Programs|
|Community Eligibility Provision: Direct Certification and Reporting|
|Summer Meals: Incorporating Local Foods|
|Summer Meals: Explore the New Summer Meals Toolkit|
|Summer Meals: Funding and Grant Opportunities|
|Community Eligibility Basics: How CEP Can Transform Your Schools|
|Summer Meals Short: Cops N Kids and Summer Meals|
|Summer Meals: Best Practices for Tackling the Transportation Challenge|
|Summer Meals: SFSP 101 and How to Be a Summer Meals Champion|
|Summer Meals: Engaging Rural and Housing Communities|
|Summer Meals: Engaging Tribal Organizations|
|What's in Store for Farm to School in 2015?|