Toronto’s The Stop Community Food Centre is hosting a series of webinars for more interactive knowledge sharing about community food programs. Anyone with an internet connection and speakers can join. The webinars include a presentation or panel discussion followed by a Q+A session.
More information from The Stop about these webinars:
The webinar on April 6th, entitled “In Every Community A Place For Food – A Discussion of the Community Food Centre Model” was a huge success! With close to 100 people in attendance, there was a great discussion. A video of the webinar is now on the website, which you can access here.
The next webinar will be held on June 14th from 3-4 pm and will focus on Community Garden programs. This isn’t a Community Gardening 101, though. Instead, this webinar is aimed at people and organizations that have a good sense of gardening, and want to go deeper into creating inspiring community gardening programs. Hotly debated topics will include things like allotment gardens vs communally run ones, balancing production and the use of gardens as therapeutic tools, how to create inclusive and accessible gardens, and much, much more! Registration will for this webinar starts in mid-May. Registration information can be found here.