Join us for a virtual two-day conference on food justice in the Prairies!

Strawberry vine around the text "Deepening the Roots of Food Justice"

Are you passionate about food justice and sustainability? Do you want to be part of a movement to strengthen collaboration, foster innovation, and empower young leaders in the prairie provinces? Then mark your calendars and join us for this virtual two-day conference featuring guest speakers and panellists from across the Prairies!

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🌱 Together, we can make a difference! 🌱

Core Objectives:

Amplify Grassroots Efforts: Discover and celebrate the incredible work being done by grassroots organizations and individuals in the field of food justice. Learn how collaboration can amplify impact and drive meaningful change.

Foster Food Resiliency: Explore innovative food-growing and distribution approaches in the prairie provinces. Be inspired by new models and strategies that promote resilience and sustainability in our local food systems.

Empower Young Leaders: Hear from young voices leading the way in food sovereignty initiatives and education. Learn how we can support and empower the next generation of changemakers in the fight for food justice.

Why Attend?

Expert Insights: Gain valuable insights from experts, activists, and community leaders driving positive change in the food justice movement.

Networking Opportunities: Connect with like-minded individuals and organizations committed to building a more just and sustainable food system in the prairies.

Actionable Strategies: Leave with practical strategies and tools to implement in your community, organization, or business to advance food justice and resilience.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of a dynamic and inspiring conference dedicated to amplifying food justice in the prairies. Register now and join us in creating a healthier, more equitable future for all!

This conference is hosted by Righting Relations Canada, John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights and Prairie Food System Vision Network. Thank you to the Catherine Donnelly Foundation and Community Services Recovery Grant from the Government of Canada for your support.