Regenerating our Roots: Building community and honouring culture through food

Sun Shan | Emily Morris | Angel Beyde2024-03-13

With this webinar, learn more about food, community and culture from farmer Sun Shan from Chi Garden and speaker Emily Morris from Plenty Canada. In this conversation, we explored the relationships between food sovereignty, regenerative agriculture, biodiversity conservation, and community building and how the speakers put these concepts into practice. We then looked at how growing culturally significant crops and reconnecting with land through plants can empower our communities. The discussion was facilitated by Angel Beyde, of the EFAO.

This webinar is the last in a 6-part webinar series, running from November 2023 to March 2024, as part of the Stories of Regeneration campaign. The campaign aims to enhance public awareness around regenerative agriculture practices and how farmers contribute to combating climate change and food systems issues.

Duration: 86 min.

Available in: English, French

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