FoodShare’s Field to Table Schools curriculum linked education program is thankful for Bernardin’s generous contribution that adds a special touch to our Stone Soup workshop.
Students in Grade 4/5 from Rene Gordon Health and Wellness Academy show us what they learned after a Food & Media workshop with Miss C!
Over March Break we had a team of high school students doing paid work with our School Grown program. Learn more about what we got up to - including seeding our first crops of the season!
FoodShare joins Food Secure Canada and National Farmers Union in opposing Bill C-18 because we are worried that it will increase pressures on farmers who save their own seeds and jeopardize the ability of Canadian farmers to grow food for Canadians.
Katie German, FoodShare's School Grown Coordinator, speaks about what urban agriculture programs mean to youth in our community.
Last winter, Deborah Armstrong spoke with long time Good Food Box volunteers, and asked you about your Good Food Box experiences. The results are in.
Terri Rutty, Executive Director of the Women's Healthy Environments Network, met a special someone for the first time at FoodShare’s Urban Agriculture Summit two years ago. Read her tender story and find out how her fiancé, Randall, proposed.
Ulla Knowles, Student Nutrition Community Development Manager, provides updates on City Council's budget approvals involving the creation of 27 new Student Nutrition Programs.
Food Justice and Community Food Animation Manager Utcha Sawyers writes about her experience in Karatu, Tanzania through the Food Reels partnership between FoodShare Toronto and Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief.