Seeking Examples of Circular Agriculture & Food Solutions in Canada
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Every year food valued at $49 billion is lost or wasted in Canada. Much of this issue can be addressed by rethinking our conventional agriculture and food practices in ways that help to regenerate our natural resources and reduce food loss and waste, or where this is not possible, create new value from it. This line of thinking—also known as the circular economy model — is gaining traction across the globe as way of building a more sustainable economy. To explore how we can how we can design our agricultural supply chain and food systems with circularity in mind, we are seeking examples of solutions being across Canada with particular interest in rural, coastal and Indigenous communities. These examples of solutions and best practices from every corner of Canada will support future engagement with a broad set of stakeholders across the entire value chain and agri-food ecosystem in Canada. Click next to fill in details about your solution and participate in the transition to a circular food system !
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