Revelstoke is a prime example of a community with a long history of on the ground food action work that is now transforming the city’s public policy arena through partnerships and a strong community development ethos.Read More
This year’s BC Food Systems Network (BCFSN) Gathering brought together 123 participants, plus children, to the En’owkin Centre on Syilx land near Penticton, BC. The theme of this year’s gathering, the network’s 18th annual, was Reconciling Cultures and Re-connecting Foodscapes and marked the 10th anniversary of the Working Group on Indigenous Food Sovereignty.
The Gathering was an opportunity for various cultures to come together with the Syilx and other Indigenous people to explore what it means to truly reconcile with the first peoples and to honour the lands and waters that are so vital to our food systems and community well-being.Read More
A new incubator seed farm in the Cowichan Valley is set to train new seed farmers who can meet the significant and growing demand for more local, organic seed while addressing the loss of seed diversity and localised production. Food security begins with seed security.Read More
The Wild Salmon Caravan offers an opportunity for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people to come together to raise awareness of the social, cultural and ecological values of wild salmon.Read More
Emma’s Acres integrates small-scale sustainable family farming with social enterprise and community development.Read More
Northern Health’s IMAGINE small grants fund community-driven projects that support multiple health promotion goals.Read More