In June of 2018, the New Brunswick Department of Education and Early Childhood Development released a revised version of its school food policy 711 in support of “Healthier School Food Environments”. The policy does not impact food and beverages that students bring from home. Instead, it applies to food served in schools or school-related events and activities (i.e. cafeterias, classrooms, co-curricular, and extra-curricular events, fundraising … Continue reading All We are Saying is Give Fresh a Chance!
What does it mean to support local food at times when food supply is reduced? Continue reading Farmers Need You as a Foul Weather Friend – a Cape Breton Perspective
In the fall of 2013 the Our Food Project ran 5 food mapping workshops with community partners. The purpose of these workshops is to create a space to hear community members voices and diverse experiences. The physical map provides an interactive focal point and basis for deeper discussion into food access. The workshops ran for 2 hours. We picked times and places that were convenient … Continue reading Food Mapping: Sparking Ideas for Change