2013-2014 Annual Report
Our 2013-2014 Annual Report presents the work of the Food Security Network of NL over the last year, and acknowledges our supporters and partners who helped make it possible.
Read about our latest projects, achievements, and how much FSN has grown.
For previous Annual Reports and other resources visit our Resources page.
Thank you to everyone who participated in our November Good Food Challenge. The Good Food Challenge is an annual personal challenge to think and learn more about food as a way to eating better. "Food and food issues have become complicated, so it can be overwhelming to make good food choices." says FSN Executive Director Kristie Jameson. "With the Good Food Challenge the idea is for people to take the time to think about food, talk to each other, and to set their own goals." "With that kind of thought put toward food, it can be easier to make better choices." You can read the daily conversation cards at www.goodfoodchallenge.ca.
The Food Security Network of Newfoundland and Labrador is thrilled to launch a new collection of short films called All Around the Table, which highlight traditional food skills and knowledge of seniors in Eastern Newfoundland. Twelve amazing seniors from the Avalon Peninsula were interviewed to share their food stories, tips and traditions on camera.
To host a free community screening of All Around the Table contact Sarah Ferber at 709-237-4026 or email@example.com.
This project was funded by the Government of Canada’s New Horizons for Seniors Program.
FSN's Community Report 2013
FSN is pleased to release our 2013 Community Report. It shares six stories highlighting community food security initiatives from across Newfoundland & Labrador. The projects profiled are:
- Alluk, Sangilivallianginnatuk (Going Off, Growing Strong)
- Stephenville Level Best Club
- WestRock Community Centre
- The Pantry Kitchen & Garden
- Clarenville Age-Friendly Park Community Garden
Root Cellars Rock Food Skills Workshops
FSN is proud to announce the launch of a series of 8 workshops for community groups and individuals across the province to use to foster knowledge, capacity, and engagement with healthy, traditional food skills in their communities. The workshop topics are: