Public relations and communications professionals from coast-to-coast have banded together to form Farmwork to Feed Canada (FTFC), a volunteer, not-for-profit initiative to support the farm and agri-food sectors amid the…
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Educating Canadians on #farmtofork and #foodsecurity amid COVID-19 through a national #FW2FC network of food-loving communications professionals.
Canadians can expect to pay $695 more for groceries annually. Experts are calling attention to the elevated costs of labour and commodities and climate change. To learn more, click here:
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Meet Katie Keddy from #KeddyFarms in Nova Scotia and learn how their farm has managed COVID-19 restrictions over the last year.
5 students from the University of Alberta School, in collaboration with Rural Development Network suggested sustainable solutions in a comprehensive framework that highlights solution-based approaches and ideas to tackle the issue
#RDN #foodinsecurity #foodawareness
Check out the creative ways Canadian farmers are using to maximize the use of food at the source—their farms!
#agricultureincanada #foodloss #canadianfarmers #foodtofork #wasteless #canadianfarms
Hog farmers & pork producers have faced many challenges due to price drops & labour shortages – especially foreign workers – to put food on Canadians' tables. 🍽️
#Farmwork2FeedCanada #Supportlocal #Hogfarmers #Porkproducers #Aglove #SupportCanadianAg