CFICE Community Food Security Hub

The Community Food Security Hub is one of the Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement (CFICE) project’s five research hubs.  CFICE is co-managed by Carelton University and The Canadian Alliance for Community-Service Learning, and the Community Food Security Research Hub is co-lead by Food Secure Canada in cooperation with the Canadian Association for Food Studies. It conducts ongoing research to strengthen Canada’s food security networks, identify best practices, and channel lessons of success and pitfalls from existing organizations into guidelines for emerging projects to increase their success. Its ultimate goal is to achieve community food security across Canada. Keep up to date on the research conducted by this hub by visiting their website and checking CAFS’ list serve, and Member Projects page for periodic updates. Check out the latest news about the project in this newsletter: CFICE CFS Hub Newsletter 2014

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