Connecting with our food
Food is such an important part of our lives. The Thunder Bay and Area Food Strategy (TBAFS) is a food policy council committed to “creating a healthy, equitable, and sustainable food system that contributes to the economic, ecological, and social well-being and health of the City of Thunder Bay and Area.” It’s been a pleasure partnering with The Walleye on this issue of Northwest Nosh. I hope it inspires more people to get reconnected with where their food comes from by actively supporting the local food system.
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May 2022: Connecting with our Food
Celebrating everything related to our regional food system, this month we’ve teamed up with the Thunder Bay and Area Food Strategy to bring back the Northwest Nosh in the pages of our May issue. As part of our cover story, Lindsay Campbell digs into Thunder Bay’s guide to local food, Thunder Bay in Season, Bonnie Schiedel showcases the city’s food systems by the numbers, Wendy Wright puts together a guide for community-supported agriculture, we discover some local DIY farm ingenuity, and much more. Keeping with our theme, for our Wall Space we head over to Woollysteer Ranch, pommelier and sommelier Jeannie Dubois talks sustainability in the Ontario wine industry, and film columnist Michael Sobota shares his favourite movies about farming and food.
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