This case study details the links that a Polish farm has with local primary schools.
In the spring 2018 the Stanisław Karłowski Foundation, in cooperation with the Koszalin branch of the National Centre for Agriculture, ran an educational project called "Live healthy!" intended for students from regional primary schools. Since the start of the project, schools have received once a week, milk and vegetables for their lunches from chosen farms including the Stanisław Karłowski Foundation. The purpose of this state supported action is to develop healthy eating habits in children, which is extremely important during their intensive growth stages. The aim of the project was to create a link with schools, to enable children to understand where their food comes from.
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