All news media mentioning and celebrating the KFPC. Includes, news articles, radio interviews, tv spots etc

Radio NL interview

Listen at the above link to hear a Radio NL interview with Addie de Candole about the movie happening tonight at TRU called Just Eat It, as well as about her involvement with Farm to School BC and the KFPC. Thanks Radio NL!

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Interview with Addie de Candole, Farm to School BC

We talked to Addie de Candole about how the KFPC network helps to support Kamloops’ Farm To School BC program! The network model we have is pretty unique, and quite powerful!

Check out the video HERE!

For more information about Farm to School, check out their website.

For more information about the Kamloops Hub Region, check out this page.

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We’re famous!

There has been a flurry of media coverage about our Gleaning Abundance Program, we hope this gets the word about about this fabulous program! Check out this article and TV interview we did recently. For more information about the program, check out GAP’s website.

http://cfjctoday.com/article/540070/gleaning-abundance-provides-fruitful-return-community

 

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We’re famous!

Shaw TV did a great video summarizing our programs at our 20th anniversary celebration! Check it out here.

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GAP on CBC!

Check out the link below to hear this morning’s interview with Sandra (the new coordinator) about the Gleaning Abundance Program (GAP)!

http://www.cbc.ca/player/Radio/Local+Shows/British+Columbia/ID/2473593897/

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Kamloops Gleaning Abundance Program

A quick video clip from the media event on September 26th on Columbia by CFJC TV. Read more

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Food Security: Letters-to-the-Editor in Kamloops Daily News

 

http://www.kamloopsnews.ca/article/20130227/KAMLOOPS0303/130229830/0/kamloops/support-locally-produced-food

http://www.kamloopsnews.ca/article/20130313/KAMLOOPS0303/130319959/-1/kamloops0303/equitable-access-to-food-an-important-human-rights-issue

 

 

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Kamloops Public Produce Project

Kamloops Currents met up with Kamloops Food Policy Council at their Public Produce Project on the 100 block of Victoria St. Here’s a short video on the project and thought behind it!