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Worm Composting E-Book From TFPC Member Christopher Wong

Worm composting is a great way to convert your organic food scraps into dark, nutrient-rich compost. It’s a popular activity among urban gardeners to help feed the soil, improve

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A Survey of Food Problems Experienced by Toronto Street Youth

Abstract: A brief survey was undertaken to assess the nature and severity of food insecurity experienced by a sample of 88 street youth in downtown Toronto and to identify markers

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Neighbourhood food action in Malvern

In a community where food security was barely on the radar two years ago, residents have been driving a process that is transforming the community’s relationship with food and

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Rye’s HomeGrown Community Garden

By Natalia Kristof, TFPC Summer Student. Things have got a whole lot greener at Ryerson University. Take a walk along Gould Street and you’ll come across a beautiful new community

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