Learn about the Food Security and Climate Change


The Sault Climate Hub will be hosting a webinar as part of their monthly presentation series on Wednesday, June 29th at 7:30 pm.

The presentation will discuss the importance of fostering local food security and community resiliency and will address issues linked to our rapidly changing political and environmental climate. As the Manager of Food Production and Operations at United Way’s Harvest Algoma Carson Beauregard oversees food production in the kitchen and urban farm, in addition to employee/volunteer management and building maintenance oversight. Carson is a progress focused community development professional with a love for northern Ontario and a background in agriculture and food security. He has 10 years’ experience working in agricultural production and 7 years working in the non-profit sector. He has worked collaboratively and independently to develop projects and secure key sources of project funding, and has studied and improved operational systems to increase efficiency and profitability in multiple organizations.

The Sault Climate Hub is a free non-partisan volunteer organization whose aim is to advance climate change mitigation and adaptation in the Sault Ste. Marie and Algoma Region through education and engagement (https://www.facebook.com/SaultClimateHub). We are informed by global trends and national policy, but our focus is on issues and actions that have specific relevance to local citizens.

We currently have a monthly Webinar series providing citizens with various opportunities for undertaking climate change action and mitigation. We also highlight the many individuals, groups and organizations that are currently engaged in climate action in the Algoma area. Webinars are one hour long and scheduled on the last Wednesday of the month, at 7:30 p.m. All upcoming Webinars are listed on our Facebook page and registration is free through Eventbrite.

To register for this webinar visit https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/sch-harvest-algomas-food-rescue-program-tickets-362672462097

Registration is free and all are welcome.


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