This report is the result of a six-month community engagement and research study that explores ways we might create more pathways for local food and food empowerment programs to flow directly to people living in social housing. The goal is to use this research to leverage the right resources so we can do a better job in our community of providing food as medicine to those in need, increasing local food production and support for growers, while decreasing isolation in vulnerable populations living in social housing through food literacy programs.
Our 2018/19 Annual Report is chock-full of good news about our many achievements and activities including:
- Share the Harvest Community Garden
- Fruit Tree & Farm Gleaning Program
- Healthy Foods/Community Kitchens workshops
- Our amazing community partners and more!