Join the Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics on Wednesday, March 13th, 2019 for a panel discussion on the topic of “Farming on First Nations: Reconciling Business with Social Enterprise to Achieve Food Security”.
“The arctic is the early warning,” says Shelia Watt-Cloutier, Inuit activist, to a hushed crowd at the Arrell Food Summit. “Early for you but late for us.”
In a departure from the academic tone of the summit, “Knowledge Keepers: Examining Indigenous Food Sovereignty,” began with a smudging ceremony.
The inaugural First Nations Agri-food Initiatives Workshop is being held at University of Guelph on November 21 & 22.
Why the health of Indigenous people depends on it: Q&A