Good Food into Motion Event
Satya Ramen from the Nova Scotia based Ecology Action Centre was a key facilitator at the Our Food SENB's Good Food into Motion event.
Jill giving Moncton Beats reporter Elaine some advice before she presents her idea to the group.
Darlene Hanson, Community Schools Coordinator for Angophone East School District, lead a group talking about big plans for their school gardening.
Had a great discussion about milk with Hannah who said they're doing some interesting things with small dairy operations in Europe.
Caitlyn Clark and Harris McSheffery, participants at the Good Food into Action event from Our Food SENB
Mathieu works for the New Brunswick government and usually shows up to add to discussions and give encouragement.
From left, Lucy Chiasson, Charles, Nyenda Robichaud, Lise Fournier, Greta Doucette (back to the camera)
Tracy and Stephan discussed the cateloguing of farmland in Southeast New Brunswick as a first step to protecting it for future generations. I was part of this group, too.
Caitlyn Clark and Cynthia Killam during discussion group acitivities at Good Food into Motion
Discussing protecting farmland with Tracy Wade.
Eva discusses small farm issues at the Good Food into Motion event put on by Our Food SENB, Lucie Chiasson is left.
Julia Feltham, Executive Director of the Sackville Commons Co-op and doodler-in-chief wherever she goes. I would love to borrow her notes.
Anglophone East School DistrictCommunity Schools CoordinatorDarelene HansonGood Food into Action eventfood in the schoolsnyenda robichaudour food senb