Slow Food Nova Scotia

Slow Food - Nova Scotia

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ACORN’s Give A Toonie, Grow A Farmer Campaign – Sept 19-27, 2015!

Support the next generation of organic farmers in Atlantic Canada!
As part of Organic Week 2015, several retailers and restaurants are participating in ACORN’s Give A Toonie, Grow A Farmer campaign throughout the Atlantic provinces to support the future development and sustainability of ACORN’s Grow A Farmer Initiative,

From September 19-27, 2015, you can support the Grow A Farmer initiative by contributing $2 (or more!) at the following locations in Nova Scotia:

  • En Vie Halifax
  • Just Us! Coffee
  • Local Source Market
  • Organic Earth Market
  • Pete’s
  • Wild Caraway
  • World Tea House

All proceeds support ACORN’s efforts in training the next generation of organic producers, through farmer mentor match-making services, event coordination and resource development.

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Have you joined the #EATTHINKVOTE Campaign?
Be part of the solution for a better food system in Canada!

Food Secure Canada and partners have launched a campaign for a national food policy for Canada, titled the EatThinkVote Campaign!
There are four pillars to this campaign:

  • Healthy School Food Programs – that all kids in Canadian schools have access to healthy food every day;
  • Support for New Farmers – from increased access to capital to land, that new farmers find the support they need to thrive and contribute to stronger, more diversified sustainable food supply in Canada;
  • Zero Hunger in Canada – that the right to food is a reality for the 4 million Canadians that do not have food security;
  • Affordable Food in the North – that good food is accessible and affordable in Canada’s remote and northern communities.
    There are many ways to get involved and show your support, so please consider doing so! You can sign the petition (the goal is 10 000 signatures and right now, we have about 2000), donate to Food Secure Canada, and/or host an event in your community and invite your local MP to generate discussion about one our fundamental human needs: FOOD! And particularly, why affordable local organic food should be accessible for all in this country.

Click here for full details and please help to spread the word! #EatThinkVote