Friday is the day!
Head to City Hall tomorrow from 9:30am – 5:30pm.
The only public hearing on the Food & Agriculture Strategy is taking place tomorrow at City Hall.
In 2010, City Council put food on the planning radar of the city along with waste management, housing, roads, public transit, managing growth, water and sewer.
- what happens to the remaining agricultural land within Edmonton’s city limit
- Raising Chickens
- Growing your own garden
- Sharing a community garden
- Seeing what “direction” the City will set to ensure healthy food is available for all Edmontonians
. . . then this is an event you want to be at.
Over 3000 citizens participated in the City’s consultation process and preservation of agricultural land was the top ranked or most common theme named by citizens each time the City asked.
We believe the strategy does not take a strong enough stance on this issue. Now, we need to ensure that they listened to citizen’s input.
Join other Edmontonians as collectively we flex our food-citizen muscles at City Hall tomorrow, Friday, October 26th from 9:30 to 5:30.
Come for some or all of the day. (There will a lunch break from 12 to 1:30.) This will be the only opportunity for the Public Hearing for ….Fresh: Edmonton’s Food and Urban Agriculture Strategy.
Show your support by wearing something green! Look for folks outside city hall who will be distributing green ribbons for you to wear on your shirt collar showing your support for urban agriculture.
Questions? Email email@example.com.
Local Food Team
Greater Edmonton Alliance”
Want to learn more?
Learn more about the strategy by reading the latest version of fresh: Edmonton’s Food and Urban Agriculture Strategy. You can also check out The Local Good blog to read some very informative commentary – especially this post which focuses on the City Hall event tomorrow.
Hope to see you tomorrow!