Words from a Cumberland Community Food Leader

Today was the first day of CFL training. No, I’m not preparing to play professional football… I assume football and me would end with my person being injured, concussed, or possibly hung up in traction. The CFL I’m referring to … Continue reading

Kids and Cameras: a Photovoice project

This summer, I handed out digital cameras to bunch of 11 year olds (and some younger ones) and asked them to take pictures of what they’ve learned about food.  As they scattered with excitement before I could even begin with the instructions, I realized this Photovoice project would have to be done a bit differently…  Continue reading

Stories from 4 years of food systems work

We recently released this report profiling stories from the Our Food Project 2013-2017. Here are some highlights! Timeline of garden and program growth from the HUGS garden at Bayers Westwood Family Resource Centre: Mobile Food Market in Halifax survey results: … Continue reading

Healthy, Local Groceries Delivered to Seniors in Cape Breton

The Ecology Action Centre (EAC) – Our Food Project is very excited to be coordinating the new Age-Friendly Food Box Program, with the financial support of the Age Friendly Communities Grant. Through initiatives like this, the Our Food Project aims … Continue reading

Growing Farmers Markets in Cumberland County

For the third year in a row now, the Ecology Action Centre’s Our Food Project has partnered with the Cumberland Food Action Network (CFAN), to produce a handy reference for locating local farmers markets in Cumberland County, NS. The Farmers … Continue reading

Grow food people and organizations, Change the conversation, Lead the food movement!

We wanted to share with you our vision and some cool stats from our Annual Program Survey, completed by 184 respondents across Nova Scotia and New Brunswick from  workshop participants to key partners. Enjoy! Miranda Cobb is the Research and Evaluation … Continue reading