Community champions in Muskeg Lake and Ahtahkakoop give us an update on their food forests as the project gets into year two.
Food prices have risen by nearly 9% across Canada, making it hard for families to buy food. How are Indigenous communities responding? Photo: OCIC/Allan Lissner
For Nutrition Month, guest contributor Leah Overbye writes about how land-based education provides the ingredients for a healthier tomorrow.
Here’s how your support in 2022 will help create a food secure future for children and families in Canada and around the world.
Red Rock Indian Band is bringing traditional food back to their community with a three phase approach: moose hang, butcher shop and tannery.
12-year-old Luke loves hunting, fishing and being out in nature in Neyaashiinigmiing. He’s practicing his heritage, and helping others do the same.
Earth Day 2021: Could food forests be the key to restoring the planet?
We are proud to annouce $1M in funding from the 2020 TD Ready Challenge to expand our Indigenous Food Forest initiative in four Indigenous communities.