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).