City of Vancouver’s Food Policy Publications, Web Links & Other Resources

As I sow veggie seeds in containers on my balcony (yes, I am very late putting in the garden) and begin reading The 100 Mile-Diet, I find myself thinking a lot about sustainability. Today, when I did a Google search on “Vancouver Food Policy Organization”, I found this page of resources on the City of Vancouver web site. The information is well-organized in a quick-and-easy-to-read list. 

This post likely has a small audience–I’m not sure if I have any local readers–but if you  live or work in Vancouver and are interested in local sustainability and food security concerns, you may want to browse the entire list. Here is a sampling of what you’ll find: 

REPORT & RESOURCES

FOOD SECURITY WEB SITES (external links)

Free and Low-Cost Meals and Groceries in Vancouver

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One response to “City of Vancouver’s Food Policy Publications, Web Links & Other Resources

  1. Food for thought, and wonderful links! Certainly good nutrition is the cornerstone of all policy related to the food supply!
    More links related to the more general topics of food supply, carbon footprint and local availability can be found on http://www.livinglocal.ca.

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