A strategy to improve Shuswap food security by Jim Cooperman

Check out Jim’s latest post A strategy to improve Shuswap food security over at his Shuswap Passion blog.

The Shuswap is blessed with some of the best farmland in the province, but too much of the land is underused or lies fallow, while farming continues to represent a minor part of the local economy. Despite the growing interest in farmers markets and local produce in some stores, the vast majority of produce comes from massive farms hundreds, if not thousands of kilometres away. At least now, there is an excellent strategy designed to promote change.

Author: Tim Lavery

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