CRFair is hosting ‘FOOD RESOURCES IN YOUR COMMUNITY’, a free webinar on April 22 at 03:00 PM
Register in advance for this webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Food Resources in your Community is part of a new food literacy webinar series presented by the Food Literacy Working Group. This working group is hosted by the Capital Region Food and Agriculture Initiatives Roundtable and is part of the Good Food Network.
The webinar will explore the various food resources available currently during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Capital Region (Sidney to Sooke up through Port Renfrew and the Southern Gulf Islands). We will discuss where individuals and families can access food supports, how to access them, what information they need to know in order to access these resources, and how these resources can be used to help feed individuals and families.
Coordinator of the Food Share Network
What is Food Literacy?
Our working definition of Food Literacy:
“Food literacy includes food skills and practices that are learned and used across the lifespan to participate within a complex food environment.
Food literacy also means appreciating the social, cultural, economic, physical and environmental factors related to food.”