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Pssst! Local organic food lovers, if you sign up for a summer basket by April 15, you’ll have a chance to win exciting prizes!
Sign up today to take advantage of the reduced registration fee for the conference Des idées à récolter – Succès et innovations en agriculture de proximité [Ideas to Harvest – Success and Innovation in Local Farming]. Hurry—there are just two weeks left!
Registration for 2016–2017 winter baskets are open! “Eating local organic produce all year round has never been easier with family farmers!” says Isabelle Joncas, project manager of Équiterre’s family farmer network. “In winter, it’s a real challenge to find a variety of organic vegetables in Quebec.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of family farmer organic baskets and in response to the increasing demand for local organic produce, Équiterre is organizing the conference Des idées à récolter - Succès et innovation en agriculture de proximité [Ideas to Harvest - Success and Innovations in Local Farming].
Équiterre is proud to be one of the four finalists in the Alimentation [food] category at the 2016 Les Vivats contest for our annual Benefit Cocktail. Some 82 applications were submitted for the 5th contest, which is intended to recognize sustainable practices in Quebec.
If you want to eat local all year round, canned, frozen or pickled vegetables from Quebec are the perfect solution. They’re practical, tasty and nutritious. In partnership with the Fédération québécoise des fruits et légumes de transformation [Quebec federation of processed fruits and vegetables] and Bonduelle North America inc., Équiterre has just developed fact sheets...
Actualité - 14 January 2016 - Tag : Local agriculture, Local food, Local procurement, Organization
Équiterre attended the 6th International Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Conference in Beijing, China, from November 17 to 22. The event was organized by URGENCI, the international network of local solidarity-based partnerships between producers and consumers.
Over 450 participants met in Montreal this week for Changing the Menu, the first-ever pan Canadian conference aiming to put healthy, local and sustainable food on the menu in schools across Canada.
Excitement continues to build for Changing the Menu, Canada’s first ever conference on school food! With more than 150 presenters, we have something for everyone who wants to get more healthy, local, and sustainable food into the minds and onto the plates of Canadian students. Register before September 14th and take advantage of the early bird rates. LEADING PLAYERS OF...
The members of our Montreal action group invite you on a bike ride to local organic farm, D-Trois-Pierres. This is a chance for you to see how the farm works and to meet with other Equiterre members and supporters.  Date: Friday, September 12, 2014, 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Meeting point: The meeting point is outside Henri-Bourassa metro station at 1 p.m. The farm is located...
Événement - 20 August 2014 - Tag : Action groups, Bike ride, Équiterre Activities, Local agriculture