Traditionally, when we think of the causes of global warming, fossil fuel energy probably comes to mind. Less conspicuous are the consequences of our breakfast, lunch and dinner – Project Drawdown.

From farm to fork, the foods we choose to eat can have a major impact on the planet. Join ecoCaledon and the Palgrave United Community Kitchen to learn more about food related climate solutions that are better for people and the planet. 

Workshop #2 – From Farm to Fork (Saturday March 26th, 2022)

We used to grow and raise our food the right way – on small to medium-sized farms, with a small number of animals, producing a wide variety of crops that were rotated regularly to protect the richness of the soil. Over time, as our population exploded, we began to industrialize farming, changing much about the food we produce and how it got produced – Harriet Dyer.

During this second workshop, we will explore how the way food is grown can have an impact on the planet. In addition, we will discuss the benefits of regenerative agriculture and eating in season.

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Workshop #3 – Planetary Health Diet (Saturday April 23rd, 2022) 

Workshop #4 – What a Waste (Saturday May 28th, 2022)

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