At each step of our workshop process, from information gathering, to development, to implementation and evaluation, we work to embody values of inclusivity, respect, consent, and accessibility into all that we do. While our Food Skills Connection members and organizations hold knowledge about particular areas of food in/security, we recognize that each of us has learning to do. There is no one experience of food in/security, and we understand it is felt differently depending on the intersections of class, ethnicity, gender, age, ability, etc. There are so many factors that go into how we feel food in/security, how we experience it, and how we deal with it. If you have any questions, comments, concerns, recommendations, and/or suggestions for us, about anything, please email us at email@example.com, and we would love to have a conversation.
We would like to acknowledge that our workshop development and implementation takes place on unceded, unsurrendered traditional lands of Coast and Straights Salish peoples.