The KFPC and the Farmers’ Market are hiring a summer student this year! The job is available to any full time students returning to school in the fall. The 10-week job will be 30 hours/week helping with the Gleaning Abundance Program and the Farmers’ Market. Email Sandra at email@example.com by Friday, June 3 with your resume. We look forward to hearing from you!
This position encompasses two roles; approximately 20 hours a week assisting the Community Food Action Coordinator on the Gleaning Abundance Program, and 10 hours a week working with the managers of the Kamloops Regional Farmers’ Market.Read More
SAVE THE DATE!!
We are happy to announce the dates for the 18th Annual Gathering of the BC Food Systems Network: July 15-17.
The location of the Gathering will be in Syilx Territory, at the En’owkin Centre in Penticton, BC.
More details will follow soon.
Interested in volunteering? Please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More
Community Futures Thompson Country is partnering with the Small Scale Food Processors of British Columbia (SSFPA) to host an information session on establishing a community food lab in the Kamloops region. Here is a link to a concept paper on the topic. Kamloops_Community Food Analysis Lab V3
The session is from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm, Tuesday, February 2, 2016 at the Community Futures office in Kamloops located at 230 – 301 Victoria St. (second floor about the TD Bank and McDonalds at the corner of Victoria St and Third Ave.)
There is limited seating so please register at
If you have any questions please direct your enquiries to Candice Appleby email@example.comRead More
This document highlights the activities of the Kamloops Food Bank and provides statistics for 2015 (and previous years for comparison)Read More
On May 6, 2015 we had our annual general meeting. It was also a wonderful celebration where we recognized our founding members and organizations and our history over the past 20 years. Laura Kalina gave a wonderful presentation titled “ KFPC a Leader in Canada: 20 Years of Food Security in Kamloops”
Many of our KFPC board members attended a Farm2School meeting today to discuss the next steps of the program here in Kamloops. There was great energy and ideas being shared, and we at the KFPC are excited to be a part of this wonderful group of people!
If you have any questions about the Farm to School program here in Kamloops, email Keira McPhee at keiramc [at] gmail.com.Read More