#Urbanharvest workshop: Quinoa Salad with Angela and Erma – our amazing Community Leaders!
This workshop took place live on Zoom, at 2pm EST, Wednesday August 12th.
Angela: Her passion is cooking, she used to work as nutrition coordinator and is a freelance chef. She’s involved in different community projects in the Jane and Finch community but Seniors/eldery geared programming – such as the one at black creek farm – resonate with her the most because she finds that there aren’t enough opportunities to allow seniors to connect with other people.
Erma: Met angela and became good friends through the urban harvest program. Erma has been greatly for the urban ag opportunities – at the farm and sanromanoway – because they are spaces that allow her to be outside/enjoy the outdoors
-ran food workshops in the past; how collaborative it is and involves community; everyone places an important role and pitches in, and you get to meet different people.
They talked a bit about the traditions of their recipes, and how these fast recipes are money saving and preservation practices! Watch to learn these recipes, and of course engage in conversations about food justice!
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