Wellington Water Watchers: The important work of citizen groundwater advocacy

It’s World Water Day, and organizations from all over the world are celebrating water as a fundamental human right. In Southern Ontario, Wellington Water Watchers, a non-profit volunteer organization, has been educating the public about water issues, engaging in constructive water policy discussions, and advocating for public water interests since 2007. Continue reading “Wellington Water Watchers: The important work of citizen groundwater advocacy”

Southern Ontario Food System Case Studies are Now Available!

In the summer 2017, four graduate students in the Southern Ontario FLEdGE Research Node worked with FLEdGE community partners on three action research projects. These projects explored the tensions, compromises, and opportunities inherent in the scaling up and out of sustainable food system initiatives. FLEdGE is happy to announce that case studies from those projects are now available to the public on our websiteContinue reading “Southern Ontario Food System Case Studies are Now Available!”