The Thunder Bay and Area Food and Agriculture Market Study Report is Now Available Online
Cherry Halcovitch shares his reflections on the past growing season as the Community Grower with Roots to Harvest.
An easy, classic pumpkin soup
Not sure what to do with a rutabaga? We have a great idea for you!
Sustain Ontario, in partnership with the Eastern Ontario Local Food Conference and local host Just Food, invites you to attend Bring Food Home 2017. Several Food Strategy Council members will be there to present in panel discussions.Join us at Ontario’s sustainable food conference from October 26th- October 29th in Ottawa!
We can't believe it's almost time for the Fall Council Meeting and AGM! Council members should save the date of Thursday, October 19th from 5pm-7pm.
Use this interactive map developed by the Thunder Bay District Health Unit to locate Community Food Programs by service or geography.
In May 2017, Minister of Agriculture Lawrence MacAulary announced the launch of consultations on the national food policy. Canadians are being encouraged to provide their input into what food issues matter most to them to support the development of the food policy. The Thunder Bay and Area Food Strategy Executive Committee has formed a formal response to the Call for A Food Policy for Canada, stating that equity, health, and sustainability must remain at the core of a national food policy.
Do you buy food for large institutions? Are you interested in providing healthy, local food to your consumers? This free workshop will discuss creative solutions for strategic local purchasing and value creation without overspending!