Columnists
Field of grain. Image credit: Jérôme Bussière/Unsplash
Lois Ross | While the 2021 budget appears to favour agricultural climate change measures on the one hand, will federal regulatory reviews end up reducing climate action on the other?
Columnists
Green wheat plants. Image credit: Artem Kniaz/Unsplash
Lois Ross | Spring is a time to consider seeds -- to think about their link to safe and quality foods, and to the rights of farmers.
Podcast
Essex County farm field. Image: Victoria Fenner/rabble.ca
Victoria Fenner | Dana Penrice, a Manitoba farmer, talks about a new study by Farmers for Climate Solutions outlining a post-COVID recovery strategy aligned with climate change mitigation.
Blog
Cheyenne Sundance on the farm. Image: Submitted
Doreen Nicoll | Cheyenne Sundance has overcome barriers to land and learning as well as gender norms to become a very successful Black femme farmer. Now she's sharing her knowledge and skills to empower BIPOC folk.
News
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Meg Borthwick | A new book, "Uncertain Harvest," explores what needs to change about our global food system to fight climate change and feed everyone on the planet.
Blog
Image: Still from Biggest Little Farm
Doreen Nicoll | If online learning is not working for your child, here are some ways to get them hooked into self-directed home learning.
Blog
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Doreen Nicoll | "Sovereign Soil" looks at life and death, seasonal cycles, notions of time and how people are living in relative equilibrium with nature.
Blog
Image: Still from episode 2 of Gatherings.
Doreen Nicoll | Filmmaker Moïse Marcoux-Chabot has lovingly crafted a six-part documentary series that captures the essence of the neo-rural movement in Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula.
Podcast
Farm in Essex County. Image: Victoria Fenner/rabble.ca
Victoria Fenner | Stewart Wells talks about changes he's observed on his Saskatchewan farm related to climate change, and why he's involved in a new group of farmers and farm organizations to be part of a solution.
Columnists
Farmland in Malahide, Ontario. Image: Peter Giesbrecht/Wikimedia Commons
Lois Ross | A century of ever-increasing farm size and land concentration is now leading us into a new era of speculation on farmland.
Columnists
Wheat hopper in Belleville, Ontario circa 2009. Photo: Robert Taylor/Wikimedia Commons
Lois Ross | Since 2011 groups of Prairie farmers have been working to have the courts recognize that the Conservatives' dismantling of the Wheat Board was illegal and has cost farmers billions in income.
Columnists
Family farm. Photo: Gerry Dincher/Wikimedia Commons
Lois Ross | The United Nations has declared the years 2019 to 2028 as the UN Decade of Family Farming, citing the need to stem hunger and work toward food security.