Headwaters Food and Farming Alliance offers this monthly e-newsletter featuring the foundational pillars of the Headwaters Food Charter . The Charter was developed in partnership with WDG Public Health and has been widely endorsed. This series aims to keep you informed about issues and events relating to the Charter's 6 Pillars, 15 Goals and 27 Actions prioritized by our communities to enhance our food system.
Food for the future
ONE WEEK from today!
What you can do
For those of us who are not farmers, there are still things we can do.

Watch and learn:
The Fast Forward Dufferin-Caledon Eco Film Series is screening the movie Dirt Rich on Tuesday April 7, 2020 at 7pm at Westside Secondary School in Orangeville . (See the poster below.)

“Dirt Rich takes the viewer on a journey through a multiplicity of carbon draw down strategies that focus on natural solutions that simultaneously address the revitalization of soil and stabilization of atmospheric carbon levels.”

Know your HFFA Hub members
This month's newsletter content was curated by Rose Schmidt, a passionate voice for regenerative agriculture and co-founder of the former Drawdown Headwaters, with Nancy Meyer. Rose is a member of the HFFA Hub supporting the Agriculture and Food and Environment Sectors. Rose also enjoys horses, photography and talking to farmers.
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Our Vision
The Headwaters Food and Farming Alliance (HFFA) envisions a food system that is productive, sustainable, transparent, and fair; supports the health and well-being of our residents and food providers; and contributes to the prosperous and equitable economy.
Headwaters Food and Farming Alliance (HFFA) is a project of
Headwaters Communities In Action