The Importance of Regional Food Sourcing

Regional food sourcing decreased in popularity for the general populace in the 90’s until more recently, however a small populace has always maintained a connection with farmers markets, community gardens, edible nature strips and backyard veggie patches.

Today there is a growing resurgence in community gardens, street harvesting and the desire to not only eat organic and regionally sourced foods, but support regional primary producers and cottage industries.

The Ecology Centre dinner not only supports the regional producers, it connects community.

Published by Innate Ecology

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