In our food systems projects, we work to evaluate the potential for re-regionalized food systems comprised of small scale, human intensive, and ecologically sound supply chain components to improve food self-reliance, minimize environmental impact, improve economic viability of farms and ancillary businesses, contribute to the local economy, and strengthen communities.
The Southwest British Columbia Bio-region Food System Design Project is a three year project currently underway. For more information about this project please visit the project website.
The Yukon Food Sytem Design and Planning Project was a two-phase project that began in 2012. Phase I was completed in partnership with the Yukon Agricultural Association and final reports from that Phase can be downloaded below. More information about the project can be found on the project website.
- Yukon Food System Design and Planning Project Phase I Reports:
- State of the Yukon Food System in 2011/2012
- Report on Agri-Food Industry Engagement
- Foundational Food System Design
- Our Food Security Today and Tomorrow in Carcross/Tagish First Nation
- [Forthcoming] Our Food Security Today and Tomorrow in Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in First Nation
- [Forthcoming] Report on Community Engagement