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More than just a resource library, a springboard for action.

The greenhouse is a growing collection of community-vetted food strategies, tools, and tactics organized by initiative.

Initiatives

Local Sustainable Procurement

A compilation of resources designed to aid municipalities and Broader Public Sector institutions who want to leverage their public dollars to encourage the production of sustainably produced food.
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Food Waste

Resources designed to enable food waste reduction advocates to spearhead waste management policy initiatives in their regions, while promoting healthy eating habits among residents.
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Evaluations

A selection of tools, frameworks and practices highlighting the diverse approaches to measuring our collective impact in the local and sustainable food sector.
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Community Growing

A collection of resources for those involved in urban and residential agriculture issues, as well as those promoting community gardens.
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Farmland & Agriculture

These resources are dedicated to farmland preservation and other topics of interest to Ontario’s agricultural sector.
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Food Systems Frameworks

For community champions and new food advocates who are looking to enhance food policy and program work in their region.
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Children & Youth

Resources for people who are working to connect children and youth with good food and healthy food systems.
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Food Literacy

Hands-on teaching resources for educators; as well as case studies, evaluations, guides, and other resources for people advancing education about our food and food systems.
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Targeted Research

Find carefully curated documents, links, and other resources focused on common food initiatives addressing social issues.

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We’re smarter as a group than any of us are as individuals. Comment, edit, and otherwise improve our resources.

Contribute

Is there a gap in our collection? Fill it! Submit a comprehensively annotated resource and we’ll add it to the cannon. (Sounds like work? Good!)