Future Food Visions

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Guelph Farmers' Market, Gordon Street, Guelph, ON, Canada

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Duration 10 minutes
Cost Free

The Future Food Visions project features nine audio experiences that respond to a broad range of food security and food justice issues in the Guelph-Wellington region of Ontario, Canada.

Food Future Visions aims to support local community projects working to create a sustainable, equitable and circular food system across the region. These audio experiences bring to light the reality of our current food systems, typically unseen challenges, and the important work that local food organizations, community groups, and cultural communities are doing to help support those most affected by food insecurity.

All audio experiences are built around locations in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Seven of the experiences are for a solo listener and two are intended to be done with a partner.

Credits

Stephen Donnelly – Producer
Ropheka Adofo – Communications and marketing
Graeme McClelland – Script writing support
Julie Labagnara – Script writing support
Cassandra Friesen – Writer, Performer
Samantha Heath – Writer, Performer
Meagan Downes – Writer, Performer
Mathhew Ivanoff – Writer, Performer
Rainbow Kester – Writer, Performer
Kim McLeod – Project Director

Music in ‘My Saturday Nights’: Milkshake by Johnathon M. Horner (Beat Mekanik). Used under Creative Commons 4.0 International. Music available at: freemusicarchive.org

Project Partners:
Our Food Future Guelph-Wellington
School of English and Theatre Studies, University of Guelph
10C
CFRU 93.3FM
Arrell Food Institute
Guelph Community Health Centre
The SEED

This project is funded in part by the Social Sciences and Research Council of Canada.

Near Guelph Farmers' Market, Gordon Street, Guelph, ON, Canada

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