Food Secure Canada, in partnership with CFICE (Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement)(link is external) is launching a webinar series to share critical reflections and research about Canada’s food system:
Building the Food Movement: Cultivating Connections through Critical Conversations
Bringing together a mix of faculty, students and community-based researchers and practitioners, this webinar series will highlight diverse voices and perspectives that challenge and invite us to think differently about our food system and the paths towards justice and sustainability.
The first webinar is on February 21st, 1-2pm EST on the theme of Agroecology. While the term has become increasingly popular in discussions of food system sustainability, what does it actually mean, and how can we use agroecology principles and practices to transform our food system?