Written by: Sara Hsiao and Becky Cook
The NMFCCC is excited to announce the “re-freshed” Collaborative website! Over the last 6 months, we’ve been working to gather input on improving our website, and to re-assess how we share information relevant to Collaborative members. We hope that our re-freshed website is easier to navigate, showcases the great work of our partners, and focuses more on story sharing and learning.
Big thank you to Brian Trewin from Leaf Rapids and Toryan McCorrister from Peguis First Nation, who spent time reviewing the website and recommending improvements. We value your input and eye for design and detail!
Though we’ve “re-freshed” we are always open to more feedback and input on what partners would find useful on the website. So, please be in touch if you have thoughts and recommendations on content or resources you’d like to see here.
As part of our effort to sharing stories, we’d like to also launch a series of blog posts that highlight the work of our community partners. Our community partners are spread across Northern Manitoba, from Brochet to Garden Hill, and have each envisioned their own innovative solution to increasing access to healthy food. These Northern communities are taking their future into their own hands, relearning traditional ways, building up new local food solutions and new local economies.
In the upcoming blog series that will be posted on our website each week, you will read about some of the positive stories of people taking action and creating hope, strength, and healing. Check back each week for a new story!
If you’re eager, you can read all these stories and more, in the Community Booklets here!