Resources

Some useful resources and pages that can help during this crisis.

Toronto Urban Growers:

Videos:

Brother Nature, aka Isaac Crosby

Cheyenne Sundance of Sundance Harvest

Matchbox Garden & Seed Co.

Fruition Seeds

Soul Fire Farm: Black, Indigenous and POC taught videos and learning resources related to food.

Project Diaries

Printable resources

Black Creek Community Farm has fact sheets and presentations

FoodShare

All this information in courtesy of Toronto Urban Growers and can be found at: http://torontourbangrowers.org/news/covid-19-response

National Farmers Union Ontario

Local Food Advocate Resources

A Growing Culture: Youtube channel #HUNGERFORJUSTICE

SCHOLAR STRIKE CANADA TEACH-IN: the Migrant Workers in Canada: Unfree Labour on Stolen Land September 9 (Link Below to Youtube)

Scholar Strike Canada hosted a Teach in with a focus on the Migrant Workers in Canada: Unfree Labour on Stolen Land.

Past Events:

Past Event: Feeding the City Webinar: Urban Agriculture, School and Community Food Programs

How have individuals’ and families’ food-related activities changed as a result of COVID-19, particularly in light of school closures and rising food insecurity? How can urban growing and government- and community-level initiatives help build a resilient food system? Join the Feeding the City team from Tkaronto (Toronto) as we hear from three experts on theseContinue reading “Past Event: Feeding the City Webinar: Urban Agriculture, School and Community Food Programs”

WEBINAR – Feeding the City, Pandemic and Beyond: Urban Agriculture, School and Community Food Programs

WEBINAR – Feeding the City, Pandemic and Beyond: Urban Agriculture, School and Community Food Programs Wed. Sept. 16, 2020 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. EDT (UTC -4:00) | REGISTRATION REQUIRED via EventBrite How have individuals’ and families’ food-related activities changed as a result of COVID-19, particularly in light of school closures and rising food insecurity? How can urbanContinue reading “WEBINAR – Feeding the City, Pandemic and Beyond: Urban Agriculture, School and Community Food Programs”

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