Our food system connects business, culture, opportunity, hope, despair and joy. Its threads weave long and strong - and vulnerable. Through snowmaggedon, then COVID, 2020 underscored the fact that building sustainability into our food system is vital to our food security and comfort. The business of food nourishes our community economically, societally, and through health and well-being.
We have a rich and diverse community of food entrepreneurs whose contribution is integral to healthy communities. Choosing local food producers builds stronger communities.
June 15, 2021
June 1, 2021
In the coming weeks we'll release videos with
Elena Diyanova of Newfound Perogies, Carolyn Power of Lester’s Farm Market, Chris Conway of Landwash Brewery, Jennifer Wellsman of Thyme Catering and Cooking School, Evan Murray of Murray Meadows Farm, and Sarah Crocker of Food First NL
Guide to the Good
Comfort Food - Entrepreneurs Nourish Community is an Eat the City YYT project of thegreenrock.ca ~ Live Sustainably NL, produced by Guide to the Good with support from Food First NL. Videos by Kurt Patey.
a conducive space for living
Emily Campbell believes that a conducive space makes people feel comfortable, relaxed and at ease.
Cochrane Street United Church vs loneliness
some renovations have recently taken place which aim to reduce loneliness within the community
In the pandemic month of March, food makers serving St. John's got online, shared some favourites, and talked Comfort Food.