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The Waterloo Region Food Charter identifies five main areas of focus for improving the health of our food system. Use the Foodie Finder to see who is doing what.

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Low on yard space? Learn how to grow potatoes in containers!

The global food system that is able to bring us fresh produce in January is complex, making it vulnerable to events and processes that we don't fully understand and cannot anticipate. What can we do to help address this vulnerability?

Chandler-Mowat: A neighbourhood that loves to party and where the moms show up and just cook! Take a look into the Chandler-Mowat community garden including the challenges and rewards reaped over the years.

Get to Know Your Roundtable: Patrick Rittinger

Get To Know Your Roundtable: Susie Turner

A forum held by Waterloo Region Public Health and Emergency Services brought together a diverse range of stakeholders to talk about retail food in recreation centres. Frank Prospero, the Director of Recreation at Township of North Dumfries, spoke about a healthy recreation concessions project.


 

A forum held by Waterloo Region Public Health and Emergency Services brought together a diverse range of stakeholders to talk about retail food in recreation centres.  Leia M Minaker, an Assistant Professor in the School of Planning at the University of Alberta, provided her insight and expertise.


 

Explore student perspectives on how university students are leading food system change in this two-part blog series, in collaboration with guest author, Katelyn Godin. This is Part 2.

Explore university student perspectives on how they are leading food system change in this two-part blog series, in collaboration with guest author, Katelyn Godin.

The Healthy Living Division of the Region of Waterloo Public Health and Emergency Services has developed three infographics to demonstrate that eating healthy isn't as easy as it seems.  This is part 3 of the infographic series: Using Willpower to Make Food Choices.

The Healthy Living Division of the Region of Waterloo Public Health and Emergency Services has developed three infographics to demonstrate that eating healthy isn't as easy as it seems.  This is part 2 of the infographic series: Everything in moderation.

An intern reflects on her enriching experience of being thrown into market gardening as a complete "newbie".

The Healthy Living Division of the Region of Waterloo Public Health and Emergency Services has developed three infographics to demonstrate that eating healthy isn't as easy as it seems.  This is part 1 of the infographic series: Diet quality in the Waterloo Region.


 


 


 

Nicola decided to try farming in the middle of her master’s degree in the Guelph area. Through a volunteering stint and two full season internships, she found a passion for farming and now works with Whole Circle Farm in Erin, Ontario. I spoke with Nicola about having her hands in the dirt and why ecological farming is important to her.

Get To Know Your Roundtable: Jennifer Pfenning

The chicken foot as a symbol of complexity in the global food economy, and Trump as a rooster.

Terrylynn Brant, a Mohawk seedkeeper, reminds us of the cycles of the seasons and of the importance of renewing and revitalizing.

Everyone has their own connection to food and motivations for working with food. For me, food is an adventure and a means to learn something new. 

A pollinator fedge provides a habitat for pollinators. Seeds of Diversity have a two-year old fedge in Kitchener, now containing 75 plant species, including dwarf apple trees and witch hazel.

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