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Posters, Handouts, and other Promotional Materials

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Seattle Public Schools Harvest of the Month Bulletin Board for cabbage

WSDA and partners have created lots of posters and other promotional and educational materials for Farm to School projects, and we want them to be used and seen all around the State!  Browse the selection below and download lots of beautiful materials for posting in your school, institution, or market!

WSDA's Farm to School Team wants to provide a range of materials and options to help you promote your farm to institution efforts to students and families.  Many individal programs have created great resources to share. Mix and match to meet your specific needs! If your school or program has developed promotional or educational materials for farm to school in Washington State, please email us at so we can share them with others!



Click through on the image below to see all 20 posters and download your FREE copies for printing!

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Harvest of the Month is a model for featuring and promoting one “harvest” fresh fruit or vegetable each month. The “harvest” item is served in meals and snacks, used for taste tests, featured in education and highlighted in the community.

Harvest of the Month Sign Template from WSDA Farm to School includes 22 different crops. The set comes in Powerpoint, so you can adapt to your school, create new items, and add the farmer and where the crop was grown.

Download the Harvest of the Month Sign Templates




Seattle Harvest of the Month posterSeattle Public Schools and Public Health King County Harvest of the Month Posters and Education Packets
This great Harvest of the Month set includes bulletin-board sized backdrop posters with change-out pieces for each month's highlighted food (see image at top of this web page).  The posters include agriculture and health facts and info about where in Washington the foods are grown, and the set includes downloadable educator materials for each month's items.  Learn more at Seattle Public Schools Washington Grown Harvest of the Month website.

Download the 10 Month Calendar

To use this Harvest of the Month template set:

  1. Download this blank Bulletin Board and print yourself or send to a printer for a large format version
  2. Download and print your Harvest of the Month Crop item and handouts below:

      3. Paste the item and facts onto the large blue Bulletin Board.

WSU Extension Pierce County SNAP-Ed Harvest of the Month Banners 
WSU Pierce County Extension Harvest of the Month BannerThis set was developed by WSU Pierce County Extension and Pierce County. It features their Harvest of the Month crops, specifically at Franklin Pierce School District from their school district farm.

To use this Harvest of the Month template set:

  1. Download the blank Banner Template and print yourself or send to a printer for a large format or vinyl banner version
  2. Images of crops for WSU Pierce County Harvest of the Month poster setDownload the 14 Crop Set and print your Harvest of the Month item

  3. Paste the item and "Grown at..." info onto the large Banner Template.

To customize this banner with your own district or partner logos, please contact Sheryl Rhinehart at Be prepared to send high-resolution images of the logos you would like to use.

Harvest of the Month banner design by Sheryl Rhinehart at Pierce County Planning and Public Works & Environmental Education Team
Photo by Mary Colemen taken at the Franklin Pierce School District Farm

Whatcom Harvest of the Month 2017 Calendar
Whatcom County Harvest of the Month
- The Whatcom Farm to School Team has created a collection of Harvest of the Month posters, education, and outreach materials based on Northwest Washington's specific growing seasons. They also recently adapted Harvest of the Month educational materials with Washington-specific facts, including posters, teacher talking points, powerpoint presentations, trivia questions, teacher lesson guides and factsheets for each crop below.  All of their materials, including the Harvest of the Month calendar at right and materials for the crops below, are available for download a the Whatcom Farm to School website.   

Products in the set include:
Apples, Blueberries, Broccoli & Cauliflower, Cabbage, Carrots, Cucumbers, Dairy, Dried Beans, Grains, Kale, Potatoes, Radishes, Raspberries, Root, Vegetables, Salad Greens, Snap Peas, Spinach, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Winter Squash


Harvest of the Month Chalkboard at Methow Valley School DistrictCheck out these beautiful Harvest of the Month chalkboards from Methow Valley School District and Classroom in Bloom!

Vancouver Public Schools has a Farm Fresh Friday Poster
Also watch the VPS Farm Fresh Fridays program video

From Oregon's Department of Education, Harvest for Schools materials for 44 crops include a poster, "Classroom Connections" lesson, family newsletter, coloring page, sticker template, "passport" hand stamp, "Food Hero" newsletter, school garden identifier, and recipes.

From The Network for a Healthy California, Harvest of the Month materials for 36 crops include an educator newsletter, family newsletter, community newsletter, and menu slick. Most materials also available in Spanish. También disponible en español.

Real Washington Dairy Poster thumbnailWASHINGTON STATE DAIRY POSTERS

The Washington State Dairy Council provides posters, teaching tools, activity sheets, and other nutrition education materials to schools, including a focus on Washington State dairy producers and products. Explore nutrition tools designed for educators and health professionals to use in support of healthy eating for all ages.

Find out more at:


WSDA has multiple agricultural infographics showing agricultural areas, top commodities grown in the state, and other facts.

The Washington State Dairy Council's resources also includes a map, Washington State Farm Bureau has a map, and WSDA has a list of links to other maps.

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FARM FRESH - Grown in Washington Table Tents

This template is editable to add information about Washington grown products you are serving or featuring in your school lunch direct from farmers, or from your distributor.

Download the template [.pub file]


Fresh From the Farms Near You! primary logoA set of farm to school logos, symbols and a flyer/poster developed for the South King County Farm to School Collaborative Project, one of the Community Transformation Grant 2012-14 project made possible with funding from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

The set is available for FREE - you can download a part or all of the files from the link below. It includes three logos (primary, icon and horizontal), each comes with four file types (JPEG, PNG, AI and ESP) and both color and black-and-white, a flyer (11x17 and 16x20), and the uesr guide [PDF]. For more information about the pilot project, visit CTG Project page.

Primary logoPrimary logo [zip 4.8MB]  icon logoIcon logo [zip 21.9MB]

horizontal logoHorizontal logo [zip 3.3MB]

flyerFlyer 11x17 [zip 14.6MB]

Flyer 16x20 [zip 14.7MB]



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Don't forget to visit our Taste Washington Day page for those resources!

Visit for National Farm to School Month materials for October!

Last Updated: 12/3/2018