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A Northern Healthy Food Initiative is Getting a Financial Boost.

Manitoba Indigenous Reconciliation and Northern Relations Minister Eileen Clarke has announced the government’s investment of 1.3 million dollars toward the Northern Foods Initiative. Clarke explains these local and regional projects increase the supply and reduce the cost of nutritious food in the north and also increase community access to resources and opportunities which facilitate the sharing of knowledge and experiences.


Community based organizations delivering programming include Frontier School Division, Food Matters Manitoba and the Northern Association of Community Councils. Frontier’s gardening coordinator for the Grow North Program Brian Trewin explains projects such as our classroom hydroponics and raised garden beds provide activities for schools and community members which are building healthy food momentum for upcoming generations, promote food sustainability and create valuable learning opportunities.

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