November 25, 2013
Regina, SK—Every day, nearly one in ten Regina residents go hungry. Many of them are children. On Tuesday, November 26, an innovative local initiative will bring together the Regina community to tackle this and the many other challenges related to community food security. Eaters, farmers, retailers, distributors, food security workers, activists and everyone in between are invited to participate in two free sessions at the Artesian (2627 13th Ave) that will explore the opportunities and gaps in our local food system.
WHO: The Regina Community Food Assessment is a partnership of organizations from all sectors of the local food system.
WHAT: Around the Kitchen Table involves two free public sessions to discuss Regina’s local food system: What works well? What needs improvement?
WHERE: The Artesian (2627 13th Ave, Regina)
WHEN: Tuesday, November 26, 2013. Two FREE sessions to choose from: 9:00-11:00 am (snacks provided) OR 5:00-7:30 pm (supper provided). No registration required.
WHY: To bring people together from all areas of the food system (eaters, farmers, community leaders, and anyone in between) to work towards a healthier, more sustainable, and more accessible food system for Regina and area.
(306) 347-3224 or (306) 351-2569
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE REGINA COMMUNITY FOOD ASSESSMENT AND THIS EVENT:
The Regina Community Food Assessment is brought to you by:
United Way Regina, REACH, Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region, RPIRG, City of Regina, Community Research Unit (University of Regina), Heritage Community Association, Root & Branch, Saskatchewan Eco Network, Regina Open Door Society, The Green Ranch.