May 6, 2014
Can We Talk About Race in the Food Movement?

Can We Talk About Race in the Food Movement?

When pioneering chef and advocate Alice Waters told the thousand-plus delegates at a recent Farm to Cafeteria conference that “the question of local food is deeply a question of equality,” she struck a chord that had been resonating throughout the conference all week. Sure, local food is about good health and the environment. It’s about supporting...
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# **McMurray Métis donate outdoor classrooms to Fort McMurray Catholic, public schools**> The donations include all-weather tents, podiums, heaters and benches. Designed to provide students with an opportunity to learn land-based education programming outdoors, Myers believes they were also a sign of cooperation between the community and the respective school boards.The school also features an **Indigenous healing garden where students can learn about traditional uses of the plants. **Principal Mark Dolmont said that the legacies of residential schools have also been incorporated into lesson plans.www.thestar.com/news/canada/2021/10/25/mcmurray-mtis-donate-outdoor-classrooms-to-fort-mcmurray-c...#farm2school #landbasedlearning #schoolgarden #indigenousfoodways ... See MoreSee Less
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