Category Archives: foodsecurity

Salvaging food from the existing mechanisms

A group of three impassioned friends, all under the age of 30, started Boulder Food Rescue in August of 2011 with the goal of introducing the problems of waste and want to one another, and with the help of a … Continue reading

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Native plants require no irrigation or soil amendments!

A local blogger from the North Okanagan posted some thought provoking suggestions for food sources that are truly sustainable and resilient! Of course he starts out with what the local indiginous people harvested before contact, but he added a lot … Continue reading

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Urban food forests explained by an experienced grower!

Greetings garden lovers ~ We are pleased to announce that renowned Food Forester, Richard Walker, will be instructing on June 22nd and 23rd at the Shatford Centre. Space is limited, so we encourage you to research this amazing gardening process … Continue reading

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Urban food forest now open in Seattle

The end goal is an urban oasis of public food: Visitors to the corner of 15th Ave S. and S. Dakota Street will be greeted by a literal forest — an entire acre will feature large chestnuts and walnuts in the … Continue reading

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