Drawdown Food Summit

Join Unify Toronto for the first of seven Drawdown sector summits. Learn about food sector solutions to global warming that are already in place and in action in Toronto. Discover how you can help reverse global warming by growing more of what is already working. By donation.Wed, 25 April 20186:30 PM – 9:30 PM EDTPeace Lounge, 7th floor, OISE252 Bloor St. W (at St. George Station)Eventbrite tickets here - event is freeProject Drawdown has identified, researched and modeled the 100 most substantive,... >

Toronto Food Policy Council meeting

Wednesday April 11, 2017 from 2-5pm Council Chambers at Scarborough Civic CentreJust a few minutes' walk from Scarborough Centre Station (subway station on Line 3). FREE screening of Cafeteria (2015) at 2pm sharp – a short 24 min documentary that looks at how an entire community mobilized to improve the cafeteria menu at a primary school in Cocagne, New Brunswick. Michael Skaljin is a Project Manager for Community Engagement for the City of Toronto’s Tower Renewal Partnership and will be speaking about the connection between food and tower renewal.The public is more than welcome to attend the entire... >

Online course Organic Vegetable Seed Production

COG will host Canada's only intermediate online certificate program on:Organic Vegetable Seed Production 2018 Course Begins April 9th! Want to learn more about producing organic seeds? Want to learn about their commercial production, harvesting, quality, marketing, breeding and more?  Want to build your own business following your own unique seed-farm business plan?If so, this course is for you! In partnership with USC Canada through The Bauta Family Initiative on Canadian Seed Security, COG is excited to open registration... >