Encouraging youth to eat healthy, local food can be a challenging task for a...Read More »
Having recently moved to Nova Scotia, I am still working to adapt to the local culture and customs of the Maritimes. A recovering Torontonian, I fear my brutish ways may offend, and that my habits could strike locals as...Read More »
Pollinators are an indispensable natural resource, their daily work is essential for the production of food. These beneficial insects are under pressure from loss of habitat, loss of food sources,...Read More »
A mystery squash has shown up in my garden. Since first appearing next to some cherry tomatoes, its since has run over its neighbors, crawled across the lawn, up the stairs, over the deck, into the herb garden and is now starting up the...Read More »
This blog post comes from Food Action Committee volunteer, poet, and farm kid at heart , Mary Ellen Sullivan.
Sometimes at the market you are introduced to a friend you are yet to...Read More »
August 28, 2013
The Urban Agriculture Tour was inspired during a planning session we had with one of our partner sites. Participants expressed a desire to see what others were doing in their communities, and so the idea of a tour was...Read More »