Community Food Systems
*Please note that this class has been cancelled. Watch for new course additions coming soon.*
Description: Vancouver has a vibrant local food community that has embraced sustainable agriculture and local production. With the goal of fostering food systems thinking towards community action, we will explore what food systems are, why should we care, and how we can meet multiple community objectives through food and agriculture.
Instructor: Janine de la Salle is the manager of food and agriculture planning at HB Lanarc-Golder. She has a unique blend of experience in community planning, food, and agriculture systems, and is a longstanding member of the Vancouver Food Policy Council. Over the past seven years at HB Lanarc-Golder, Janine has worked with municipalities, developers, and communities to create agriculture plans, sustainable food system strategies, local food hubs, neighbourhood designs, and food policy. Janine is frequently invited to teach and speak about sustainable food and agriculture systems, and is a co-editor and contributor of Agricultural Urbanism: Handbook for Building Sustainable Food and Agriculture Systems in 21st-Century Cities. She was recently awarded the CIP President’s Award for Young Planner (2010).
Tuesday, May 8th
from 6-9 pm
*Sign up for the Food Systems Package and receive this course and Climate Change and Food Security at 15% off.
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