Mar 14th, 7pm: Join us and a panel of local food experts for a discussion on how growing can bring community together and hear updates about what is going on in the Yukon with regards to food security planning. This is a free, public event.
The Arctic Institute of Community-Based Research is pleased to invite community gardeners to our fourth Community Gardener Gathering – Working Together to Grow More 4: Growing a Food Secure Yukon, March 14th & 15th, 2017.
Norma Kassi will be traveling to the Universty of Alberta in Edmonton next week as a special guest to present a Yukon-perspective on the issues of climate change, Indigenous food sovereignty and strategic adaptation.
The Yukon Fish and Wildlife Enhancement Trust just announced their call for proposals for 2017-18. There is $175,000 of funding available and requests of up to a maximum of $15,000 are encouraged (however any amount will be considered).
A report released in early November to Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) office by the Dietitians of Canada (DC) contains many recommendations for the review of INAC's Nutrition North Canada (NNC) program.