The Culinary Trust

Professional and Education Resources

Click on headline links below for more information on our resources. For questions or to let us know you’d like to get involved, please email

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NEW! Our Chefs Move to Schools Free Curriculum Database

Our Chefs Move to Schools Free Curriculum Database is compiled by a team of youth cooking educators and IACP Kids In The Kitchen section volunteers who vigorously evaluate each curriculum module.

Kids Health & Nutrition

The Culinary Trust is a partner in the Chefs Move to Schools initiative.  Resources supporting children’s health and nutrition can be found on the new Chefs Move to Schools website,

Food Policy

The Culinary Trust, in partnership with IACP, launched the new Food Policy section in 2011.  A resource for IACP members and IACP sections, the Food Policy Section will focus on current food policy, programs and political issues, and connect members with information and resources. The section will evolve to reflect member interests and will likely address:

Childhood obesity, a strategic initiative that The Culinary Trust has embraced
Food issues and their relevance to culinary professionals:
Health (e.g., obesity, nutrition policy, food safety, genetic modification)
School Food (e.g., Farm to School, Chef to School)
Regulations (e.g., labeling laws, menu labeling, the Farm Bill)
Ethics (e.g., equity and access, climate change, workers rights, animal rights

IACP members interested in Food Policy can contact Lexi Van de Walle at or David McIntyre at

Sustainability / Urban Farms & Markets

One of the sustainability movements greatest strengths is the internet. Click above for a wealth of information.

Plan a Workshop

If you are a culinary professional with something to share, consider planning or hosting a workshop or regional conference. IACP members are encouraged to work with IACP to create and host workshops and regional conferences. If you are not an IACP member but would like to host a workshop please contact

Culinary Heritage

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