Food systems sustain communities, ecosystems, economies, and bodies!

Learn more about food systems with the resources below, developed by C4GTS and our partners.


Science and Nature’s Designs FEAST student workbook, grades 6–8Food Experiences for Agricultural Science Training (FEAST) is a standards-based science curriculum for 3rd to 5th grade and 6th to 8th grades that has been used with students across Hawaiʻi and the Pacific. This resource is available to download for free.


From locally grown starches to edible weeds to teas for resilience to growing mushrooms to agroforestry, learn about growing, foraging, and eating local through this series of educational webinars produced by C4GTS.


GET Local is a collaboration between CTAHR and various community organizations that serves as a hub for Farm2School, gardening, community events, and healthy recipes. Access their calendar of events below.


DA BUX Keiki Corner offers free educational resources for educators and parents of young children. Download activity books, sticker sheets, and attend virtual classes for free.

Student Advocacy

The goal of Student Advocacy is to train student leaders and engage young people in school food reform efforts by preparing students to advocate during the legislative session and build long-term support for student voice in school food.


Māmaki Ola is a K-6 curriculum that uses Māmaki as a Nature-based Solution to teach sustainability and science through Hawaiian ecosystems as well as agriculture-based entrepreneurship that elevate Hawaiʻi and an abundance mindset.


The ʻIke ʻAi Food Literacy Toolkit is an educational food literacy resource hub for educators who support thriving local food systems for their communities, and pathways for careers in food and agriculture for their students.


Mālaʻai’s “Hawai‘i School Garden Curriculum Map (HSGCM) is a resource for teachers who may not be gardeners themselves, but understand the benefits of inquiry-based, place-based, project-based learning for their students.