In a time of supply chain interruptions and rising transport costs, this network of resilient local food systems models a highly relevant alternative
by (©) Dianne Bersea
Governments’ promises to protect lands and waters have proven as hard to nail down as the mist that clings to old growth forested hillsides
by Joe Foy
Kitasoo Xai’xais and Gitga’at First Nations have successfully banned black bear hunting in critical areas
Shuswap’s globally unique coho salmon and cannabis farm
By Jim Cooperman
As the perfect storm – climate change, inflation, speculation, war, pandemic… – exposes a globalized food system rife with vulnerabilities, billionaires and techno-optimists scramble for fixes. Solutions, however, are everywhere – and deep food security depends on solutions that are local, distributed, and regionally-appropriate.