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Want to get involved in food action in Kamloops? There are many opportunities to hone your skills and explore your interests with the KFPC and our network. We value everyone’s contributions no matter how big or small.

We are working together to grow a regenerative food system for Kamloops by building community capacity around food through programs, policy, and partnerships.

  • Gleaning Abundance Program

    Join the harvest! Need help with picking your fruit? Want to help pick? We share the abundance with residents, volunteers and community groups.

    Join the GAP

Upcoming Events

Nourish @ TRU
Mar 29 @ 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Nourish @ TRU

March 29, 2019
8 AM to 4:30 PM

A core team of concerned organizations has been working collectively to host a dialogue on this issue to identify strategic and coordinated actions, advocacy, and research that could have an impact on reducing household food insecurity.

SHIFT the dialog and debate on the problem of household food insecurity
ALIGN local and regional actors in food security around what works
INSPIRE local and regional actors to engage in poverty reduction and advocacy

The 2019 Nourish Program will provide an opportunity for participants to learn how their initiatives link to other community members’ work, to provincial advocacy and a national vision for addressing the root causes of household food insecurity.

We will be highlighting two main topics areas:
~ Understanding the links between decolonization and food security
~ Poverty as one of the root causes of food insecurity

We don’t want cost to be a barrier to for anyone interested in attending, but it would be greatly appreciated if you, or your organization, can support this work by providing a donation ($15 – $40). Registration deadline is March 22, 2019.

TRU Campus

For more details, visit the Nourish website:

  • The Kamloops Food Policy Council, based in Kamloops, BC Canada, is on the traditional, unceded territory of the Secwepemc people who nourished themselves and this land for millenia.

    This ancient gathering place, where the North and South Thompson Rivers meet is called T’kemlups in the Secwepemc language, Secwepemctsin. This land is called Secwepemculecw.

    Every month at our potlucks we speak a new Secwepemc word together. For December, the word is swucwt (swoo-kt) = snow.


We could not do the important work we do without the support of our generous sponsors:

We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia