Our Food Project – Ecology Action Centre

Hello valued partners and friends of the Our Food Project, This is an invitation to check out what great work we’ve been up to over the past year:

Photovoice in the Garden: Gala Event!

Check out the 3 min video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDM5pYMZLjs

What does your garden mean to you? In 2014/2015, the Our Food team collaborated with the Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia (ISANS) on a project entitled, “Photovoice in the Garden.” On March 27th 2015 we held a gala to celebrate the participants and share the messages.

To see the full exhibit: https://www.ecologyaction.ca/photovoice-garden

Our Food: Making Connections

Check out the 5 min video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Osl2TMyO3ok

This video highlights three of our exciting initiatives: the pilot Cost Share CSA Local Food Box, the Food UpSkilling Festival and the Organic Agriculture Tour for seniors.

You can also find us on:

Twitter: @ourfoodproject

Instagram: ecologyaction

Blog: Adventures in Local Food

Website: ecologyaction.ca/ourfood

MIRANDA COBB, Community Food Research and Evaluation

2705 Fern Lane, Halifax, NS, B3K 4L3             mobile. 902.412.6433

office. 902.442.1077 ecologyaction.ca/ourfood

We are expanding and improving our Fern Lane office!

STARTING May 1st we’ll be at 1888 Brunswick Street, Suite 703

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Local food for all!  The Cost-Share CSA Local Food Box Program links low-income families with healthy and affordable locally produced food in Cumberland County. Help support a family by donating today, click here.

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