Bridging Knowledge for Equitable Food Systems: Webinar Series

We are excited to launch a new bilingual webinar series, Bridging Knowledge for Equitable Food Systems. This initiative is a crucial part of FSC’s broader commitment to address structural and systemic barriers that prevent Black and Indigenous communities from achieving improved health, well-being, and food sovereignty. 

Bridging Knowledge for Equitable Food Systems will be prioritizing the voices and perspectives of communities that have historically been marginalized and excluded from the decision-making processes that impact their food systems.

The webinars will provide a platform to share cross-cultural knowledge and strategies, with the goal of increasing access to resources and building capacity within the most disenfranchised communities in our food systems. 

By bringing together diverse voices and perspectives, we hope that this webinar series will spark meaningful conversations and inspire action towards a food system that is more just, healthy, and sustainable. We hope you’ll join us on this journey!

Episode 1: Amy Seesequasis on the treaty relationship and land sharing

We’re pleased to have collaborated with the Treaty Land Sharing Network for our first webinar of the year. Treaty Relationship Consultant Amy Seesequasis presented the webinar, delving into the relationships and identities that arose from the Numbered Treaties and offering practical ways to honour these relationships.

If you have any questions, concerns, or would like to be involved with this initiative, please contact IBPFS Project Lead, Communities Convenor, Afua Asantewaa at