Local programs and resources for food security in Newfoundland & Labrador.
Welcome to Community Food Action Space
On this site you’ll find local contacts and information to support food action and programs at the community level. This includes a local food map of programs, a resource library, and trusted information sources for your health.
Explore the categories below for resources that support food action and programs in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Running a Community Food Program
Ideas and best practices for programs, including community gardens, kitchens, bulk buying clubs, even farmers' markets.
Healthy Food Policy
Resources to support and promote healthy eating in your community—whether at school, the office, in recreation, or a shared community space.
Community Planning for Food Security
Communication and research materials to engage with decision makers on food issues.
Teaching Food Skills
Resources to help build healthy food skills - from growing, harvesting, and hunting, to purchasing, preparing, preserving, and composting.
Sustaining Your Program
Listing of grant opportunities, and resources that support groups in writing proposals, fundraising, and maintaining volunteers.
Local Programs Map
Find community gardens, food banks and community freezers, farmers’ markets, and free and low cost meals across the province.
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