Feast Bowl Volunteer Sign Up

The Feast Bowl is a monthly community kitchen focused on promoting the concept of food as medicine. Each meal utilizes food plants grown in the Indigenous Health Education and Research Garden on ancestral unceded Musqueam territory at the University of British Columbia Farm. The Feast Bowl is held the last Wednesday of every month, and brings together Indigenous students, staff, faculty, family, friends and allies at the First Nations House of Learning Long House on UBC campus.

Volunteering with the Feast Bowl is a great way to learn about traditional foods, cooking, and health, and to contribute to the development of a meaningful and supportive community on campus. If you are interested in cooking and sharing food with us, please answer just a few short questions below!

For more information about us please visit our website: http://lfs-indigenous.sites.olt.ubc.ca/indigenous-research-partnerships/feast-bowl/

Or sign up for the Indigenous Health Education and Research Garden's newsletter: http://eepurl.com/lty-5

The Feast Bowl is a project of the Indigenous Research Partnerships in UBC's Faculty of Land and Food Systems, with the support of the First Nations House of Learning, the AMS Sustainability Fund, and the Centre for Sustainable Food Systems at UBC Farm.

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