INDIGENOUSFOODSOVEREIGNTYinVANCOUVER& THE BIOREGIONWEDNESDAYJULY 10thTHE VANCOUVER FOOD POLICY COUNCIL& THE WORKING GROUP ...
A POTLUCK DINNER, PRESENTATION & DISCUSSION onIndigenous Food Sovereignty in Vancouver and the BioregionDate: July 10th201...
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  1. 1. INDIGENOUSFOODSOVEREIGNTYinVANCOUVER& THE BIOREGIONWEDNESDAYJULY 10thTHE VANCOUVER FOOD POLICY COUNCIL& THE WORKING GROUP ONINDIGENOUS FOOD SOVEREIGNTYINVITE YOU TO APOTLUCK,PRESENTATION & DISCUSSIONABOUTINDIGENOUS FOOD SOVEREIGNTYIN VANCOUVER & THE BIOREGION6:00-8:30 PMPLEASE BRING YOUR FAVORITE FOOD TO SHARE!AND YOUR OWN BOWL/FORK/SPOON (AS THESE WILL BE IN SHORT SUPPLY)PhotostakenwithpermissionbyKateKittredge@ UBC Farm’sTU’WUSHT GARDEN PROJECT
  2. 2. A POTLUCK DINNER, PRESENTATION & DISCUSSION onIndigenous Food Sovereignty in Vancouver and the BioregionDate: July 10th2013Time: 6:00 – 8:30 pmLocation: UBC Farm – Tu’wusht Garden ProjectAddress: 3461 Ross Drive, Vancouver, BC V6T 1W5Chairperson: Brent MansfieldFacilitator: Dawn Morrison, SecwepemcPurpose: Share food together, build relationships, and strengthen awareness of food related issues,concerns and strategies of Indigenous peoples living in Vancouver and the bioregion. Explore thepotential for collaboration between the Vancouver Food Policy Council (VFPC) and the WorkingGroup on Indigenous Food Sovereignty (WGIFS), and begin to identify pathways whereby theVancouver Food Strategy can support Indigenous food-related action happening within the City ofVancouver and the bioregion.Agenda:1. Traditional welcome and opening prayer2. Introductions (VFPC, WGIFS, Coast Salish representatives and other honoured guests)3. Overview and purpose of the gathering4. Blessing of the food5. Potluck dinner and Tu’wusht Garden Project tour6. Year of Reconciliation with Aboriginal Peoples in the City of Vancouver7. Presentation on Indigenous Food Strategies in Vancouver and the Bioregion (Dawn Morrison)8. Facilitated discussion9. Next steps10.Closing*** Please bring your favorite food/dish to share,and your own bowl/spoon/fork (as these will be in short supply)! ***PLEASE JOIN US - EVERYONE WELCOME!The Vancouver Food Policy Council &The Working Group on Indigenous Food Sovereigntyinvite you to…

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