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Public input request on Urban Agriculture Plan

Posted by on Jan 19, 2015 in Food/Agriculture | 0 comments

The City of Kamloops Food and Urban Agriculture Plan is entering the ‘public input phase’. This is your opportunity to provide direct input into the plan that will advance food security in Kamloops. You can attend an Open House or complete the simple online survey. Dates for the Open Houses can be found at this webpage The survey can be found at...

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Public produce takes off in Kamloops

Posted by on Jul 10, 2013 in At Issue | 0 comments

The Kamloops Food Policy Council believes we have much to celebrate when it comes to FOOD. Public Produce has expanded from a small plot two years ago to several larger sites at McDonald Park, Elm & Tranquille Road, at the front entrance to City Hall and along Lorne Street at Riverside Park. If you look, you will discover many local businesses (eg. Urban Systems) are now incorporating public produce into their decorative outside planters. What is PUBLIC PRODUCE? It is food grown in public places for public consumption – anyone can harvest the food at no...

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Public produce garden official opening

Posted by on Jun 19, 2013 in | Comments Off on Public produce garden official opening

Celebrate the opening of Kamloops’ newest pubic produce garden on June 21, 2013.

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Kamloops public produce — growing near you!

Posted by on May 24, 2011 in At Issue | 0 comments

The empty lot on Victoria Street in downtown Kamloops will soon be filled with leafy greens and other edibles, thanks to the dedicated efforts of Kamloops Public Produce Project volunteers.  Several raised beds were installed, soil wheelbarrowed in, and an irrigation system has been installed.  Check out the progress in the 100 block of Victoria Street, and feel free to pull a weed or two while you’re there!  Who will get to eat the bounty?  You will!  For more details, visit the website:     ...

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