Revitalising Traditional Foodways and Cultural Connection

xUrban Farm: Revitalising Traditional Foodways & Cultural ConnectionMon, October 25, 202112:00 PM – 2:00 PMThe focus of this roundtable includes attaining justice and sustainability for Black and Indigenous Food Sovereignty and Food SecurityBlack and Indigenous Food sovereignty and food security can attain justice through the revitalization and implementation of traditional food systems. Creating sustainable urban agriculture requires us to understand our relationship to food and medicine in modern urban environments.... >

Winning the Right to Food

Winning the Right to Food in Torontoby FoodShare TorontoFri, October 22, 20212:00 PM – 3:30 PM EDTThis town hall will feature folks from grassroots organizations around the city of Toronto to discuss our right to food.FoodShare Toronto recently launched a Right to Food Campaign calling on the City to update the Toronto Food Charter and realize our right to food.At this town hall we will discuss the need for a new food charter that centres the concerns and perspectives of those most... >

How to Rapidly Regenerate Your Soil

How to Rapidly Regenerate Your Soil free webinar by the Soil Food Web SchoolThursday, October 21, 2:00 p.m. Soil biology is at the core of Regenerative Ag and of any Ecosystem Restoration project. It’s the soil microbes that drive the system and introducing beneficial microorganisms at the start of your project will dramatically accelerate the regeneration process. So how do you boost the biology in your soil? That’s where Biological Compost comes in.When most people look at compost, they see a means of delivering nutrients to their plants. This is... >

Screening of In My Backyard

Screening of the new documentary film about the Urban Agriculture movement: In My Backyard directed and produced by Jamie Day FleckSunday, October 17, 7:00-9:00 pmDirector Jamie Day Fleck, will screen her feature documentary In My Backyard. Starting with her journey into backyard vegetable gardening and urban agriculture, she looks outward at the innovative people who grow food within the city. From backyard gardeners to urban farmers, the film spans many unique spaces and the people behind them. There will be special presentations before and after the film for event attendees.All audience members who purchase a ticket will in essence be... >