|At Food Alliance, we think it’s great that people are rediscovering the bounty and beauty of foods grown closer to home. Local food gives people a sense of place, connects them with the broader community, and creates important economic opportunities for small and beginning farmers.But we must not let our love for “local” eclipse other important questions about our food. Localizing food production and consumption can have very positive benefits, but regional growing conditions, population density, and land use patterns must be taken into account when considering the sustainability of local food.
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Okanagan Greens A Conduit For Local Food Okanagan Greens hosted this weekend their Conduit Festival. It was a celebration of live music, local farms, art, emerging artists and all things Okanagan.There were over 100 local poets, musicians, crafters and artists contributing. Story tellers from En’Owkin shared ancient stories of the land and generations past. Okanagan Greens’ … Continue reading Okanagan Greens A Conduit For Local Food