REAP’s 7th Annual Food For Thought

Food For Thought is a feast for the senses! Enjoy 20+ local food and beverage sampling stations where you’ll taste Calgary’s finest ingredients while mingling with chefs and farmers.

VIDEO: Economic Sustainability and Traceability for Fishermen

Shared by Sobey’s –  30 May 2011 – Fishermen are challenged with managing increasing costs and extensive regulations. That’s why it is important for them to adapt to each year’s fishery situation and adopt more sustainable practices. Hear what fishermen think about the value of providing consumers with the opportunity to trace where their fish came…

The Edible Tree Tour

Each year Toronto’s urban forest produces millions of pounds of edible treats. Follow your taste buds through Toronto’s urban forest and discover what appetizing delights await you in its canopy.

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Edible Adventures

There is food all around us. Whether you live in the city or the country, in a house or an apartment, you have access to way more fresh healthy food than you think.

Book Review: Whole Foods to Thrive

I remember taking a course in University that focused on systems where we learned how everything in the ecosystem is connected in one way or the other. At the time I remember being bored to death and thinking that I will never need to know this information. But now I find myself looking closely at the food we eat.

Shift into Autumn with NOWBC -Sept. 17th

Join NOWBC at the Autumn Shift Festival on Saturday, September 17th on Main Street. This fun, free, family-friendly event will be celebrating “the shift in season and the growing shift in attitude towards sustainability, eating local and urban gardening”. The festival happens on Main Street between Broadway and 12th Ave from noon to 6:00PM and […]

Slow, Local and Rooted

A cooking class and feast to celebrate our local abundance of organic food and wine – September 16, from 6-9pm.

Fresh from the Farm

Come out for a three-course meal, a specially created amuse bouche, botanically infused cocktails – all featuring locally grown BC products, and all for a good cause!