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Student and food safety: best practices for Hawai‘i school gardens

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Title: Student and food safety: best practices for Hawai‘i school gardens
Authors: Hollyer, James
Brooks, Fred
Nakamura-Tengan, Lynn
Castro, Luisa
Grzebik, Jayme
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Troegner, Vanessa
Meyer, Donna
Radovich, Theodore
Bernal, Lydi Morgan
Kishida, Dexter

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Keywords: personal protective equipment
organic
water safety
rat lungworm
hand washing
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audit

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Issue Date: Jul 2011
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Hollyer J, Brooks F, Nakamura-Tengan L, Castro L, Grzebik J, Sacarob M, Troegner V, Meyer D, Radovich T, Bernal LM, Kishida D. 2011. Student and food safety: best practices for Hawai‘i school gardens. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 16 p. (Food Safety and Technology Series; FST-45).
Series/Report no.: Food Safety and Technology-45
Abstract: This publication contains checklists that teachers, volunteers, and students can use to reduce risks found in student gardens. The document is divided into advice about the students, the garden, and the food. It includes certain regulations of the Hawai‘i departments of health and agriculture.
Pages/Duration: 16 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/41014
Appears in Collections:Food Safety and Technology, 2001 - present



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