Initiated in 2004, Grandview Woodland Food Connection is a Neighborhood Food Network working in partnership with Britannia Community Centre as host agency. We are dedicated to supporting the health and well-being of all residents, and in particular, those most vulnerable living in Grandview Woodland and nearby neighbourhoods by promoting an accessible, just and sustainable food system for our community. We seek to build capacity of the neighbourhood through education, information sharing, and the creation of grassroots initiatives to address food security and justice issues.
This blog has been developed as a means to share information on food security in the community and to help build an engaged, knowledgeable, and inclusive food security network.
Check out Vancouver’s eleven other Neighbourhood Food Networks . The Vancouver Neighbourhood Food Networks (NFNs) are unique coalitions of food organizations working with passion to advance food justice at the community level and organizing programs like school gardens, community kitchens, food celebrations, meal programs, and pocket markets.
Core to this work is an acknowledgment that everyone, no matter what their life situation, has the right to quality food. Equally important, program participants are invited to engage and contribute their diverse skills and talents toward co-creating a just and sustainable neighbourhood food system. Whether the focus is on health and nutrition, food access, community, or the environment, the richness of the NFN’s demonstrates the incredible energy and passion fuelling the Vancouver food movement.
The Grandview Woodland Food Connection is a proud Good Food Organization working from a set of shared principles that prioritize creating respectful environments, offering high-quality programs and the only best food possible, foregrounding and supporting community leadership, and working together towards progressive social change. To learn more about or to become a member visit Good Food Organizations
We hope that you find this blog informative and welcome feedback and ideas for posting.
Please visit all our food programs (past and present) here:
Le Chou Intergenerational Garden Project
Britannia Gardening Workshops
Sustainable Opportunities for Youth Leadership (SOYL)
BC Housing Community Gardens
Stone Soup Film Festival
Networking and Partnerships
Stone Soup Festival
Britannia Community Kitchen
Pandora Park Community Garden
Cooking and Food Preparation Workshops
Britannia School Urban Garden Project (BUG)
Off the Grill Youth Meal Program
Eat it Forward Market
SPARC BC Report – Who gets Sustenance? Community Voices Speak about Access to Local, Healthy Food
Britannia Food Share
Warm Plates Community Kitchen
Wild Minds Youth Garden Program
For more information please contact us at 604-718-5895 or email at email@example.com