Food Down the Road
Food Down the Road was initiated by the farmers and eaters of the National Farmers Union, Local 316 in December 2006. Local 316 has a long history of successful advocacy work in Frontenac and Lennox-Addington counties and the City of Kingston.
Through visioning, researching, educating, advocating and partnership building, Food Down the Road is a vibrant community movement building a more vital and sustainable local food system. Visit the Food Down the Road website.
Local 316 (Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox-Addington) held a workshop recently on an introduction to the roles and responsibilities of directors of volunteer boards. The workshop opened with a presentation by NFU national vice-president, Paul Slomp, an Ottawa area farmer, on why the NFU’s advocacy for small and...Read More »
The local in Frontenac and Lennox-Addington counties and Kingston is working in an advisory role on a number of food and farm related initiatives: a local food charter, the Kingston Area Seed System Initiative and an ethno-cultural foods market research project. The food charter was recently endorsed...Read More »
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