Documentary from Understanding Our Food Systems

Want to learn more about access to traditional foods in urban centres?

 

Watch Understanding Our Food Systems’ documentary: Urban Access to Traditional Food: Understanding Wild Game documentary

 

Do you have thoughts on what needs to happen to increase access to traditional Indigenous foods in big cities?

 

Please take a minute to share them with us, we would love to hear from you.

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