FEAST is an informal network of individuals and organizations working to improve food security in the Tantramar area of southeastern New Brunswick.
VCCC is committed to reducing poverty in our region of New Brunswick. We have recognized food security as one of 6 major issues facing our communities. As such we have taken steps by hiring a food security coordinator to write a strategy to address food security in Charlotte County. The coordinator’s position is a year long contract ending in February of 2019. If you work in or are interested in working with food security initiatives in Charlotte County please reach out to us with questions, suggestions, or stories. VCCC actively pursues an asset based approached to our work and we’d love to hear from you!
The Pays de Cocagne Sustainable Development Group (PCSDG) is a non-profit organization which works in the Cocagne Bay and River Watershed, in South-East New Brunswick, Canada. Managed by a Board of volunteers, the PCSDG works with communities since 2000. Grande-Digue, Cocagne, Notre-Dame, Irishtown and Grand Saint-Antoine are part of the territory. It is made up of 3000 primary residences and many summer residences.
The PCSDG programs aim for a holistic sustainable development of the territory and offers opportunities for citizens to manage their environment. The PCSDG acts as a catalyst for the sustainable development of the community. It puts together programs to improve the quality of the environment and the quality of life of the residents of the Cocagne River Watershed.
4585, route 134
Cocagne, New Brunswick
E4R 1N6 Canada
Roots to Table is a good food collective. It is our mission to eliminate hunger through action; by sharing, training, teaching, and funding; and by connecting growers to communities in the Northumberland Region.
Foods of the Fundy Valley is a non-profit organization based in rural Albert County, New Brunswick. With a focus on food security, Foods of the Fundy’s vision is a stronger, more vibrant Albert County, where our residents can enjoy the economic, healthful, and cultural benefits of consuming locally produced foods, and our farmers and food producers are able to sustainably, responsibly and profitably grow the local food economy. Through education, innovation and strengthening of community ties, Foods of the Fundy Valley hopes to foster an environment that promotes the production and consumption of local goods in the Albert County area.
Tatum Andrews, Program Coordinator
Lisa Brown, President/Chair
Expected in April/May 2019
Food Security Coordinator
This group is designed to tackle the food security issues in the Chaleur Region. It’s primary goal is to educate all the residents of the Chaleur Region about the different groups that are located in the region. We offer support to local groups with funding opportunities and a volunteer database.
We are a network of partners who have joined together to work towards increasing food security in Saint John. Our membership includes community organizations, Public Health, Health and Wellness Centres, faith-based organizations, community members, food banks and the NB Wellness Branch. New members welcome!