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Grow food people and organizations, Change the conversation, Lead the food movement!

We wanted to share with you our vision and some cool stats from our Annual Program Survey, completed by 184 respondents across Nova Scotia and New Brunswick from  workshop participants to key partners. Enjoy!

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Miranda Cobb is the Research and Evaluation Coordinator for the Our Food Project of the Ecology Action Centre.

Adventures in Local Food is your source for food news in Nova Scotia, from pickles to policy. It is a project of the Ecology Action Centre.
Learn more about our program at https://www.ecologyaction.ca/ourfood
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About Ecology Action Centre

This is a blog from the Food Action Committee of the Ecology Action Centre, based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Join us as we document our experiments with sauerkraut, push for urban chickens, make giant batches of jam, and plant some seeds (both literally and figuratively). For more about what the Food Action Committee is working on, visit our website.

 

The views and opinions expressed in this content are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of haligonia.ca.

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