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The Celebration!

This meal will be open to anyone who has locally assisted in the creation of it; from the people who grew the vegetables, to those who planned the menu. Ideally, a majority of the people attending are complete strangers, and this meal would be a celebration of their teamwork. Everyone will have had their hand in the creation of this meal, and will be able to account for their portion with pride.It would most likely be eaten in someone's back yard, most likely very close to where some of the… Continue

Posted on March 18, 2010 at 7:53am

Intake

I will be evaluating my own impact, food wise, on the economic environment around me. As wishy washy as that sounds, I think it's a pretty practical application for me! Instead of just sizing up food for it's health and taste factor, I will think about what went into getting that piece of food to me. How far did it travel? How much did it cost? What kind of packaging came with it? Is it composable? Could I buy a locally grown version of this? Although this may not directly influence the food… Continue

Posted on March 18, 2010 at 7:38am

Roger Bailey

One problem in Kelowna is the number of homeless people living on the streets. These people are often short of food. The irony is that Kelowna is situated in the middle of the Okanagan; a valley known for it's fruit production.


Roger Bailey is an Orchardist who lives in Winfield, British Columbia. His innovation can " reduce the amount of labour required to grow tree fruits, and that involves recycling and converting retired rice harvesters from Asia." - Kelowna… Continue

Posted on March 18, 2010 at 7:00am

Serenity

In an ideal environment, I imagine myself 10 years from now in a streamlined, minimalistic setting. What I mean by this is that every interaction I have with the world around me furthers my pursuit of faith, education and my passions. While I am used to adapting to my environment, now my environment will adapt to my behaviours and actions.

Posted on March 18, 2010 at 6:25am

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