Healthy Communities of the Capital Area (HCCA) welcomes Stephanie Cesario onto their team as the Maine Farm to School Network (MFSN) Coordinator! Stephanie Cesario will be working closely with Renee Page and MFSN core & supporting partners to further leverage and support farm to school initiatives in Maine. Gratitude to our supporters the Henry P. Kendall Foundation for funding Stephanie’s position.
Stephanie has coordinated a diversity of farm to school initiatives, from managing school gardens on-site at public schools in Vermont to coordinating on-farm field trips for public school youth in Washington. With a degree in food systems from the University of Vermont, she brings experience in agricultural education and outreach with farmers, schools, and community organizations. As a small-scale organic grower based in Midcoast Maine, she is passionate about youth access to local food and experiential education.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to Stephanie at [email protected] to begin collaborating!
Healthy Communities of the Capital Area (HCCA) is the fiscal and staffing home of the Maine Farm to School Network. HCCA’s mission is to convene and support people, organizations, and communities to collaborate on quality of life and public health issues.