Andrew is heading out on a food co-op cycle tour of Eastern Canada!
Throughout the spring and summer of 2013, Andrew Alford will be travelling to meet co-operatives across Canada. Cycling for Cooperatives (C4C) is a grassroots initiative striving to empower and strengthen current or prospective farm and food-supplier cooperatives through offering an
This guide aims to bring together the traveler and the local with the many wonderful and talented farmers, producers, restaurateurs, hoteliers and events our communities are providing.
ONFC is the host and incubator of the Local Organic Food Co-ops Network and is playing an important role is rebuilding the middle of the Ontario food system.
Eat-In Ontario is a province-wide fall harvest celebration with fun-ﬁlled activities, using fresh local produce to teach students of all ages the joys of cooking, growing and tasting good, healthy food. This event is part of FoodShare's Recipe for Change initiative,
This Globe and Mail article reviews FarmStart and the success of farmers who have had the benefit of participating in its incubator farms. Through this program, urban farming is making fresh, local, sustainable food available to city dwellers, linking city
Published in the Guelph Mercury in July of 2011, this article elucidates the trend toward increasing local food procurement among institutions. Of particular interest is the fact that the University of Guelph is sourcing some of its vegetables from a
The CoopZone Developers' Network is a network of people and organizations dedicated to providing professional assistance to co-op entrepreneurs who are considering starting a new co-op or expanding an existing co-op. For listings of Co-op Developers outside of Ontario, please