Written by Meal Exchange Volunteer Coordinator and FoodARC Volunteer, Meredith Bessey On March 20th, Meal Exchange MSVU, in collaboration with the Mount’s Community Garden Society, hosted the Our Food System Panel. We had a great turn-out and we are excited to share some of the main learning points from the event! The panel was moderated by Meal Exchange member Landon …

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As a result of more than ten years of collaborative and community-based participatory research, a wealth of knowledge has been produced about food systems and food access in Nova Scotia. Make Food Matter is a strategy to support FoodARC partners in building community food security (CFS) across Nova Scotia by moving research to action. The toolkit for the strategy is …

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Women have been the primary growers of food and nutrition throughout history, but today, food is being taken out of our hands and substituted for toxic commodities controlled by global corporations. Monoculture industrial farming has taken the quality, taste and nutrition out of our food. As a result, India is facing a nutritional crisis: every fourth Indian goes hungry, and …

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