***NOW AVAILABLE*** Regina Community Food Assessment Final Report
Join the Regina Community Food Assessment for the launch of our Final Report & Action Plan
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Open House, 4 – 8 pm
(with presentations at 4:30, 5:30, and 7:00 pm)
Albert Scott Community Centre, 1264 Athol Street
No registration required
The Regina CFA is launching our Final Report & Action Plan. Please join us to learn more about the project and next steps.
The Regina CFA has published an Environmental Scan of the Food System in Regina. This report examines some key elements of the Regina-and-area food system. Have a look at the Resources page for a PDF version of the document and tell us what you think!
We have had an amazing response from individuals and groups wishing to provide feedback and input on the Regina Community Food Assessment process. Are you interested in volunteering for further initiatives? Please see our “Get Involved” page here for more information.
Stay tuned to our website, Facebook and Twitter for future events and updates about this project, or simply Contact Us with your information and we’ll keep you in the loop.
What is a Community Food Assessment (CFA)?
CFAs are collaborative, participatory processes that bring people together from all sectors of the local food system to analyze the local context; identify the assets, gaps, and priorities of the community; and develop an action plan to improve community food security.
What makes a community food secure?
- Access to sufficient nutritious, safe, culturally appropriate food for all
- A sustainable food system
- An emphasis on community self-reliance and social justice
What is a sustainable food system?
- Integrates food production, processing, distribution, consumption, and waste management
- Enhances the environmental, social, and economic health of a particular place
- What are the strengths of Regina’s food system?
- Where are the gaps in our food system?
- As a community, what priorities are most important to focus on?