Archive for Category: Canadian Foodgrains

Growing Her Future (documentary)

MeetAsnakech Zema. In this film, she welcomes us to her thriving farm in southern Ethiopia. In the last three years, she has built up her land through practicing conservation agriculture, and now grows enough food to feed her family and others. The work she and her family are doing...

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Bluewater Growing Project

Great News WS Family! Our original Seeds of Life growing project in Alberton have been blessed recently with financial support from their main group of contributors and so our role is no longer required. We are now supporting a new local growing project in Sarnia, Ontario- Bluewater Growing Project....

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Seeds of Life Update from Scott Brooks

Our soybeans were harvested on September 30, and on October 9 we planted winter wheat, which will be harvested in the summer of 2021. All of the proceeds from the sale of soybeans, together with your donations, totaled over $78,000 after expenses. This money, which was sent to the...

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Crisis Lebanon

The Canadian Government is matching donations from individual Canadians made to the Humanitarian Coalition, of which Canadian Food Grains Bank is a member, to provide assistance to people in Lebanon after the disaster that devastated the City of Beirut. The Government of Canada will match funds up to a...

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Seeds of Life

Seeds of Life are growing soybeans on our Alberton farm and should be ready for harvest in late September/October. Next year winter wheat. Thank you, Wellington Square, for your support- we couldn’t have done it without you.

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Trudeau announces money for COVID relief

Over the past year, Food Grain supporters and others have been sending letters and e postcards to their MP’s asking for Canada to increase aid to developing countries. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced in the Throne Speech that they will fund $400 million to enable developing countries to cope...

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