Indigenous food sovereignty
What promising funding practices contribute to our ability to lead systems change? BC’s food security and food sovereignty community of practice talk it over with some key funders in BC’s food world.
The Gateway’s Community of Practice dove into some Wicked Questions underpinning community food security work in BC, as a way of deepening our conversation on poverty reduction and food insecurity in BC.
This year’s Table Matters gathering on Vancouver’s North Shore, “Seed, Soil & Sovereignty: Celebrating Diversity With Food” confidently addressed themes of Indigenous food sovereignty, racism, and anti-poverty, some of the most critical issues in BC’s food system and movement.
It has been nearly a year and a half since the Gateway first published this story on the Wild Salmon Caravan. The event is now entering its third year to celebrate the spirit of wild salmon and call them home to the streams of rivers of BC.