Part of what we do at Transition Kamloops is build community connections by shining a light on good work done by other local organizations. We’ve long been superfans of the Kamloops Food Policy Council’s work, and their latest series of … Continue reading Shoutout to Kamloops Food Policy Council for the Food & the City series
Coming soon to the North Shore is Kamloops Food Policy Council’s (KFPC’s) latest venture: The Stir. Located at 185 Royal Avenue, the soon-to-be food hub will help up-and-coming food business owners by providing support in the kitchen and in the office. Continue reading Causing a stir…
You may have heard about a new development proposal for the Tranquille area, on the western edge of the City boundary. The development is on the north side of the Thompson River where it has its outlet with Kamloops Lake. … Continue reading Concerns raised about Tranquille development
“Co-Creating a Sustainable BC” is a program through the Fraser Basin Council that brings together youth aged 16-30 to create a community project related to sustainability. Continue reading Youth-led composting projects take root
People have been baking leavened bread (the kind that rises) for thousands of years—long before yeast was commercially available at the local grocer. Continue reading No yeast? No problem!
Grand Hall, TRU Campus Activity Centre FREE but Registration is Required Panelists bring an international perspective to the issue of food sources and how they can impact our lives and our world. Panelists include: • Chef Ned Bell, who founded Chefs for … Continue reading The International Language of Food: A Dialogue on Culture, Community and Sustainability