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Lois Ross | What we eat definitely has climate impact but there is often more than meets the eye when you consider how to eat sustainably. Here's an easier way to break down your carbon footprint.
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Doreen Nicoll | Make Gaia just a little happier, healthier and more beautiful on her special day, drop some bombs that are going to improve lives.
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Plans for mega-highways are threatening Ontario's Greenbelt
Susan Swail | New study outlines threats to Ontario's Greenbelt: Greenbelt lands at risk of being paved over and contaminated.
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Colin Anderson | The growing popular interest in local, sustainable food is prompting Manitoba to take a second look at supporting local food systems to improve economy, health and food security.
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Christina Turner | How to eat like a king on a shoestring, animal-free.
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Christina Turner | Urban farmers are growing food in Canadian city centres. Can urban agriculture help fix our food system?
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Christina Turner | Fermented cabbage can't change the world. Or can it?
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Christina Turner | This new blog will explore the relationship between politics and food.
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Kathleen Gibson | Food Secure Canada has been watching the Conference Board of Canada's progress on its "Canadian Food Strategy." This work has been under way since 2010 and is about to be unveiled at a third Summit.
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Sally Miller | Sustain Ontario's 'Bring Food Home' conference emphasized local food and production initiatives and food justice initiatives growing in response to systemic racism in the food system.
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Osman Raza and Adam Wright. Photo: Catherine Owen
Catherine Owen | The University of Windsor Farmers' Market is the newest addition to a growing local food movement in Windsor, which counts 13 community gardens and five farmers' markets in the area.
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Rita Haase, the founder of the Campus Community Garden Project
Alan Scofield | Some of Windsor's most vulnerable citizens are benefiting from a community garden that's been churning out fresh, local organic produce for the last several years.