Spill to Sustenance

Six years on from the fuel spill that devastated Heiltsuk waters and clam gardens, the nation is pulling together to proactively build food sovereignty

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by Jamie-Leigh Gonzales

Okanagan Food Hub

In a time of supply chain interruptions and rising transport costs, this network of resilient local food systems models a highly relevant alternative

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by (©) Dianne Bersea

Wild Times: Tall Orders or Tall Tales?

Governments’ promises to protect lands and waters have proven as hard to nail down as the mist that clings to old growth forested hillsides

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by Joe Foy

Coho Cannabis

Shuswap’s globally unique coho salmon and cannabis farm

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By Jim Cooperman

Food Security

Summer 2022

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.

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