Food Sovereignty

We feed ourselves through natural and social relationships that form food cultures. Food cultures are our immediate contacts with nature and shape many social relationships around gathering, raising, preparing, sharing, serving, and eating food.

Food sovereignty — the right and ability of people to bring forth and maintain local food cultures — involves all these personal, social, political, and natural relationships — a direct connection of food, community, and nature.

At Largo Farm, we endeavour to live out a form of food sovereignty — and invite you to join the adventure!

One thought on “Food Sovereignty

  1. Hi Janice Your passion for the lifestyle & food opportunities of REAL food have inspired me to become a member of this wonderful outlet that is available to so many. Thank you for this post.

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