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Should We Bring Back Victory Gardens?

Farmers Almanac posted an interesting article last year on the history of Victory Gardens and makes a case for why they should make a comeback. Read more here.…

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Food Waste, News |

Second Harvest Research Presentation on Food Waste

Wasted Opportunity, Rescuing Surplus Food in a Throwaway Culture Second Harvest invites you to attend the reveal of their ground-breaking research, Wasted Opportunity, Rescuing Surplus Food in a…

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Composting |

Extra Benefits Of Compost 

Compost Is Amazing! Its a wonderful byproduct of our backyard gardening cycle. Kitchen waste, food scraps, and yard trimmings are turned into a highly nutritious amendment while reducing our waste…

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From The Sea |

Eat The Coast – Spicy Squid Salad

Here is the latest video in the Social Justice Co-op’s Eat The Coast cooking show series! This episode features a recipe for “Spicy Squid Salad” – probably THE fanciest squid…

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Funding Opportunities, News |

MUN Students: Hackathon Opportunity with SucSeed

MUN students!! Come together with fellow students and create a sustainable solution to SucSeed’s challenge: delivering fresher produce in the province. Get paid to learn, create, and have an…

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Donating Moose Meat To Food Banks

My name is Debbie Wiseman and I am one of the co-founders of the non-profit, Sharing The Harvest NL. We successfully lobbied the government to make changes to the system ……

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News |

CFIA Seeking Input on the Seeds Regulations

ACORN (Atlantic Canadian Organic Regional Network) passed along this survey. The following information comes from their latest newsletter. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is running a…

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Food Waste |

A Guide to Food Waste Audits

Second Harvest, a nation wide company looking to tackle the issue of food waste in Canada, recently held an online seminar on how to do a food waste audit in ……

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News |

Food First NL Wants to Know About the Food You Eat

Residents of St. John’s are being asked how they “eat the city.” Food First NL recently released a survey, asking St. John’s residents how they access and utilize food. The ……

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