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Free Samples at REACH stores!

REACH is handing out free samples at all of the mobile grocery stores! Just go to one of the following stores on the days indicated below:

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REACH partners with Food Secure Canada to host a webinar!

 

On Thursday, Feb. 20, REACH was featured in a Food Secure Canada webinar focused on Child Nutrition Development. Click here to listen to this webinar and learn more about the work that REACH does on a regular basis.

What are we eating?

Ever wondered about the ins and outs of the food system in Regina?

I, and REACH, have the privilege of being involved in the Regina Community Food Assessment (CFA).  CFAs are collaborative, participatory processes that bring people together from all sectors of the local food system to analyze the local context; identify the assets, gaps, and priorities of the community; and develop an action plan to improve community food security.  Interestingly, Regina has never done this before.

 

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Harvesting the Local Food System

Community members are invited to tell us what you think of Regina's food system:

  • where our food comes from,
  • how it is grown,
  • where you buy your food,
  • what impacts the food you eat, and
  • our food waste

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Community Gardens and Regina go way back

2012 marked a special anniversary. The first recorded collective garden in Regina was established exactly 100 years ago. The Regina Vacant Lot Gardening Association (VLGA) emerged in 1913 as an association of local “public-spirited” citizens. The Association managed newly-broken prairie land at the edge of the city north west of where the Regina Cemetery now stands on 4th Avenue. The benefits of such a location was the ability to expand to a whopping 50 acres (that’s nearly 38 football fields end-to-end).  The challenges included keeping animals from grazing in the garden: correspondence between the VLGA and the city repeatedly notes challenges in fending off two- and four-legged marauders.

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