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Sarah Belair-Bergman

The mission of the food sovereignty program at Yale First Nation is to create a resilient and self-reliant food system that honors traditions, ensures the well-being of its members, encourages active participation and skill development.

Primary goals

  1. Self-Sufficiency: Building a self-sustaining food supply within the community to reduce dependency on external food sources.

  2. Nutritional security: Enhancing nutritional well-being by growing fresh, and healthy foods without the use of pesticides or synthetic fertilizers.

  3. Education and skills development: Promotion of knowledge and skills to grow, harvest and preserve the food grown. 

Thank you,

Sarah Bélair-Bergman

Food Sovereignty Program Director l Yale First Nation


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