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Nourish Sneak Peek - Fish Bowl Style

Network Meeting Summary March 6, 2019 Secwepemc Word of the Month: Teyt (Tie-et) = hungry Circle Introductions: A project that gives me confidence we are moving in the right direction on household food insecurity is… When it comes…

Sneak Peek of Nourish Kamloops Forum

March Network Meeting In preparation for the upcoming Nourish event, our March meeting will be focusing on dialogue around the root causes of household food insecurity. We will be piloting a facilitation method that is held in the round,…

A Dash of Diversity Makes Gardening (and eating) More Fun!

As the saying goes - spring is just around the corner, and there's something in the air that makes me want to get out my seed packages and a bag of soil and plant something! In the 1980's, when I started gardening, shopping for seeds and…

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
  • 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.

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