Urban farm projects supporting empowerment of marginalized youth

Themes:
English, Indigenous / autochtones
When:
Friday Nov 02   02:00 PM to 03:30 PM (1 hour 30 minutes)
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Urban agriculture is increasingly recognized as an avenue for creating opportunities for marginalized youth. Three Urban farm projects will share their approaches to fostering inner strength, and developing practical skills while building social awareness and empowerment for youth from Saskatoon, Thunder Bay, and Sudbury.

Participants can expect to learn about the opportunities for youth development that are presented by urban agriculture, how urban farming relates urban Indigenous realities, and how urban farming can strengthen youth leadership in communities.
Participant
CHEP Good Food
Intern-Askiy Project
Participant
Northern Ontario School of Medicine
Director Indigenous Affairs
Participant
Roots to Harvest
Executive Director

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