A communications hub for Newfoundland & Labrador

gardeners, farmers, foragers, hunters & fishers!

Where’s the Food?
FOOD PRODUCERS SURVEY NEEDS YOUR HELP!


We want to hear from as many home gardeners, homesteaders, community gardeners and small market gardeners as well as hunters, foragers and fishers at the community level as possible by December 1st.

This anonymous online survey will take 10 – 30 minutes to complete and covers specific aspects of local food production and distribution.


CLICK HERE to participate

We acknowledge the island of Ktaqmkuk as the ancestral homeland and territory of the Beothuk and the Mi’kmaq
and Labrador as the ancestral territory of the Innu of Nitassinan, Inuit of Nunatsiavut, and Inuit of NunatuKavut.
We hold deep respect for the cultures, traditions and knowledge of all those who call these places home.
We acknowledge the damage of the past and the persistence of racist attitudes and policies.
We will work with Indigenous partners to make these territories places of healing and shared knowledge.

Regeneration:
Soil, Food, Community

May 5-6-7, 2022
View Conference presentations HERE

To support our projects and services

Video of the Week

Here is the video from our fourth forum at our conference: Learning for a Liveable Future (Food Education) with Kasey Budgell (King’s Point Community Garden); Chelsea Foley (NL Federation of Agriculture) and Dr. Gabriella Sabau (Professor of Economics, Grenfell Campus of Memorial University).

For Regeneration Conference videos, Click Here

For past Videos of the Week, Click Here

Goat of the Week

A white baby goat standing unsteadily on soil
Did you know? Baby goats (kids) are standing and taking their first steps within minutes of being born.