Northern Food Network hosted their first bi-monthly webinar on Monday, February 27th, and it featured Dawsonite Dexter MacRae from Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Teaching and Working Farm, as well as Kukik Baker and her team, from Arviat Wellness in Arviat, Nunavut.
There is still time to attend the 4th Annual Yukon Community Gardeners Gathering March 14-15, in Whitehorse!
Great news! The CBC morning radio show “A New Day” hosted by Sandi Coleman on CBC Yukon, has started a new regular column called “Yu-kon Grow It”, which will air every other Wednesday morning between 7 and 7:30 am. On this segment, Sandi will check in with Suzanne about her “First we Eat: Food Security North […]
If you are interested in issues of Northern Food Security, consider signing up for webinars with the Northern Food Network. Their First Webinar is taking place Monday, Feb 27 from 10-11 am. It will feature Dexter MacRae & Darren Bullen, from Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Teaching and Working Farm and Shirley Tagalik and team, from Arviat Wellness and Arviat Greenhouse. […]
This is the word on the street in Dawson City, Yukon …
If so, which seed variety, seed company, tips for planting?
First We Eaters! Homemade flax seed crackers, homemade pumpkin butter and homemade cranberry chutney. Food for thought: can we grow enough Styrian pumpkins to support a home-grown pumpkin butter and pumpkin oil industry? Why not? – Miche Genest
Team member Michele Genest shares her attempt to make 100% Yukon vinegar: Lowbush cranberries, rhubarb, Uncle Berwyn’s Pure Yukon Birch Syrup, water. Will it work? Will Suzanne’s family like it? Stay tuned, northern cooks and eaters!
Suzanne talks about the First We Eat project with CBC North’s Dave White! Listen to the full interview below: http://yukonradiodave.tumblr.com/post/156014476699/dawson-city-film-maker-suzanne-crockers-next