Improving regional food security & sovereignty
Welcome / We Are Glad That You Have Come
As settlers on this land, we wish to acknowledge the 9000+ years of the Lheidli T'enneh
Nation's stewardship. Their ancestors have cared for this beautiful land that feeds us all
and we wish to continue to welcome their teachings and ancestral knowledge
as we work towards food security for all people.
©The Exploration Place | Pius Family Photo Collection
A Homegrown Food System,
The Everyone At the Table (EAT) collective acts to find closer to home solutions, big and small, to improve our local/regional food landscape. We invite your creative participation to enhance local-regional food security and food justice.
We aim to bring together the community to find closer to home solutions, big and small, that could make a difference in our local food landscape.
We aim to have a draft for a local food community strategy to bring to city council and present to funding opportunities, and perhaps the journey towards local food independence.
Sam Peppard in her garden, photo credit: her mother April Ottesen
SHARE YOUR VOICE//
LEARN WITH US
Our research page is a library of resources and documents compiled by local contributors working to enhance the Prince George food landscape.
Our aim is to help make information on local food and local food security more accessible to all.
We want to hear what you think is done well locally/regionally and what is needed to improve the local/regional food security and food system.
Our aim is bring together the voice of our community to identify both barriers and areas of success in local food production, to study consumption and food waste reduction in order to identify practical solutions and recognize areas we can work together as producers, retailers and consumers to strengthen the local food landscape.
A Vision TOGETHER
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