Below are some links to resources about food security and sovereignty.
MSU Food Collective Centre: FCC is McMaster’s food bank and food security resource.
Hamilton Community Fridges: Hamilton Community Fridges are located all around the Hamilton community to provide fresh produce and food for those who need it. They are always looking for donations and volunteers if you are interested in working with community members who are passionate about food security in Hamilton. Check out their social media @cf_hamont
Ontario and Canada:
Young Agrarians: Young Agrarians is a network that connects new community farmers and organic farms around Canada. They run engaging workshops and events, educational programs, and apprentice training programs for young farmers in Canada. They have many resources to learn about agro-ecology, food sovereignty, land access, and land reconciliation.
Food Secure Canada: Food Secure Canada brings together different organizations and individuals to work on food security and food sovereignty in Canada. It is a great way to learn more about Canada’s sustainable food systems and get involved in zero hunger and food sovereignty projects.
National Farmers Union: National Farmers Union is a national farm organization that promotes agro-ecology and food sovereignty. It is a great place to learn more about farming in Canada.
Community Food Centres Canada: Community Food Centres Canada works on poverty and food insecurity reduction in Canada. They build food centres and programs in low-income communities to provide healthy food and educational programs as well as advocate for food poverty and inequality. There is a Community Food Centre in Hamilton that partners with the Neighbour to Neighbour Centre (click here to learn more!) that works on the food system and food insecurity in the Hamilton community.