Entries by Communications Lead

We’re Hiring: Distribution Manager

We are hiring a Distribution Manager to help us shape the future of the regional food supply chain in the Tk’emlups/Kamloops region. In Fall 2022, KFPC launched The Stir’s full-scale processing kitchen, and we are now moving forward with the next stage of transformative change in our regional food system: building an effective model for […]

Three-Step Social Sector Activation Guide for Host Communities

In British Columbia, climate disasters have an increasing impact on communities. When communities are evacuated, they often relocate to nearby locations known as “Host Communities”. When a host community is “activated”, local Emergency Support Services (ESS) step in to provide immediate basic needs for evacuees. These services are critical and essential for meeting one’s basic […]

November Book Club

Welcome to KFPC Book Club! November 2022 This month we are reading the essay: A Modest Proposal for a Fair Trade Emotional Labour Economy (Centered by Disabled, Femme of Color, Working-Class/Poor Genius) by Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha from her book Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice. Where to find this month’s essay Access a PDF of the […]

Decolonizing the Municipality

The Kamloops Food Policy Council has launched a series on food and the city to explore a number of deeper civic discussions leading up to our municipal election. As the late urban planner and Canadian food advocate Wayne Roberts wrote, “food is a lever.” Food is how we connect to the land, our communities, and our traditions. […]

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Community Food Security

The Kamloops Food Policy Council has launched a series on food and the city to explore a number of deeper civic discussions leading up to our municipal election. As the late urban planner and Canadian food advocate Wayne Roberts wrote, “food is a lever.” Food is how we connect to the land, our communities, and our traditions. […]

Healthy Ecosystems and Pesticide Use in Kamloops

The Kamloops Food Policy Council has launched a series on food and the city to explore a number of deeper civic discussions leading up to our municipal election. As the late urban planner and Canadian food advocate Wayne Roberts wrote, “food is a lever.” Food is how we connect to the land, our communities, and […]

Planning for people, not cars

The Kamloops Food Policy Council has launched a series on food and the city to explore a number of deeper civic discussions leading up to our municipal election. As the late urban planner and Canadian food advocate Wayne Roberts wrote, “food is a lever.” Food is how we connect to the land, our communities, and […]

Public Spaces and the Commons

The Kamloops Food Policy Council has launched a series on food and the city to explore a number of deeper civic discussions leading up to our municipal election. As the late urban planner and Canadian food advocate Wayne Roberts wrote, “food is a lever.” Food is how we connect to the land, our communities, and […]