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AGM 2022 and Maegan Krajewski of the North Central Community Garden Project

Following the AGM meeting, Maegan Krajewski of the North Central Community Garden Project will be speaking: The 4Cs of Community Gardening: Consumption, Community, Capacity, and Control. This will be an online event only. Register to receive the link.

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AGM 2022 and Maegan Krajewski of the North Central Community Garden Project
AGM 2022 and Maegan Krajewski of the North Central Community Garden Project

Time & Location

Jun 20, 2022, 7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

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About the Event

Nature Regina's AGM is open to all members of Nature Regina in good standing. 

Following adjournment of the 2022 AGM will be our speaker, Maegan Krajewski of the North Central Community Garden Project: The 4Cs of Community Gardening: Consumption, Community, Capacity, and Control.

Why do people participate in community gardens? What are the impacts of

community gardening? And what is the role of community gardens and gardeners

on the path toward food justice and food sovereignty? The North Central

Community Gardens introduced the Branch Out Project (BOP) in the summer of

2020. In its first year, BOP led to the construction of eight new gardens: six in

residents’ yards and two on school grounds. Participatory research on this project

uncovers four key themes: consumption, community, capacity, and control.

Together, these 4Cs demonstrate the revolutionary potential of community

gardening in shaping grassroots, local food systems that embody the visions of both

food justice and food sovereignty.

This will be an online event, please register here for the meeting link.

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