Food security has always been a high priority topic for Canadians and never so more than now. As we adapt to our new normal in the time of a pandemic, many members of our community are facing a level of food insecurity they haven’t experienced before. As grocery stores and producers struggle to keep up with demand, you might be wondering what is happening in the food world, how you can keep your family fed and how you can help. Join NEAT on May 28 as we host our first virtual town hall. You will have an opportunity to get information and ask questions from community leaders and local “boots on the ground” experts on food security, production and programs available in the Peace Region.
Joining us on our Town Hall Panel:
Bess Legault: Northern Co-Hort Coordinator, Owner/Operator Hip Peace Produce
Laurel Burton: Population Health Dietitian, Regional Lead, Food Security, Population and Preventive Public Health
Kathy Scheck: Principal of Margaret “Ma” Murray Community School
Reg Whitten: Agrologist, Founder of Moberly Lake’s Boreal Centre for Sustainability
To attend this event, please complete the registration below.
NEAT would like to thank For Our Kids for their guidance and support in hosting our first virtual town hall