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26 February 2021
In a year of challenges, the 2020 edition of the Schools Take Root project was a resounding success. Despite the pandemic, the climate of uncertainty in schools and families, and the drought that affected last summer’s harvests, numerous schools, families and farmers once again stepped up and...
26 February 2021
To ensure our food security in the context of the climate crisis, we need resilient farms that can sustain us all into the future. But it’s no secret that Canadian agriculture is facing significant challenges. Though production and productivity have improved dramatically over recent decades,...
actu - systemic changes
26 February 2021
Picture this: You walk into a hospital cafeteria and the menu is filled with healthy foods from local producers. Now imagine the same thing happening in every institution in Quebec—daycare centres, hospitals, schools, etc. Everywhere you go, local becomes the new standard on the menu! Sounds...
Communauté de pratique
26 February 2021
One of Équiterre’s main objectives is to help make our food systems more resilient in the face of future socio-ecological challenges.
actu - semaine de relâche 2021
25 February 2021
Équiterre and its partner Greenbelt Foundation have released a new report that shows how healthy soils could save our country’s agriculture from the impacts of climate change and allow Canadian farmers to play an even larger role in fighting the climate crisis.  
actu - ang ageco
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