Kitchen Table Landing Page
Where Our Food Future becomes a movement.
The Food Future Kitchen Table is where we will launch challenges, share knowledge, harvest great ideas, and build community connections.
Join the community and help us grow our regional circular food future!
What are the big issues we need to be talking about for Our Food Future? Connect with experts and join the conversation:
Join us at an upcoming event to learn more about the circular food economy and how you can make an impact. Ask questions. Be inspired. Be part of the change.
Tiny (Food) Docs by Tiny (Food) People
In fall 2020, Our Food Future partnered with the Guelph Film Festival to support a series of 1-2 minute documentaries made by kids - how they make it, buy it, grow it and eat it.
Guelph-Wellington Urban Agriculture Challenge - See the Finalists and Vote for Your Favourites!
After receiving a number of exciting applications to our Transformative Urban Agriculture and Scaling Community Agriculture awards, we have shortlisted our five favourite projects that will be shared with our final review panel.
We want to hear from the community - Which projects are you most interested in? What ideas stand out to you?
Note: You must be logged in to Kitchen Table to vote for an idea. While we care deeply about community interest and enthusiasm, project judging will take place independently of the public up-voting process.
Our Food Future Workstream Groups
Our Food Future is a collaboration of almost 100 organizations across Guelph-Wellington, focused around three central workstreams:
- Nutritious Food - Aiming to improve access to nutritious food by 50%
- Circular Businesses and Collaborations - Working to create new circular businesses
- Waste as a Resource - Working to reduce food waste and increase its value
Explore the groups below to learn more about each workstream, and join to stay updated and add your ideas!
Potluck - Share what you are doing to build a circular food economy!
Ask for / offer resources—find collaborators—share a circular practice—grow your circular business