The C350x350Circle-CFAN-MAPumberland Food Action Network (CFAN)  is a member based organization that promotes positive food changes in our local community of Cumberland County, Nova Scotia.

CFAN works towards a more accessible, sustainable & healthy local food system through food-related action, education and events.

Our membership is made up of community members, farmers, health care professionals, politicians, care-givers, community gardeners and passionate food lovers.

CFAN is made up of people like you!

Have a question? Interested in joining the Cumberland food action network? Email our outreach coordinator here for information about our next meeting.

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Recent CFAN News

Plants to Plates Activity Guide

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Happy to share with you Plants to Plates Activity guide. Hot off the press.   This guide is meant to make it easier for those who want to teach kids about food, to do so! This hands-on program uses fun activities to get kids excited about eating healthy food.  …

From Farm to Food Bank

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This blog was recently posted on the Adventures in Local Food website From Farm to Food Bank This growing season I had the pleasure to take part in the CFAN (Cumberland Food Action Network) Farm to Food Bank Project. A total of 8 free sessions were planned, partly designed by…

Tax Time on the Farm presentation

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The Amherst Chamber is hosting Small Business this month. One of the topics is below and may be of interest to our CFAN members. Presentation – Tax Time On The Farm (Presenter(s) Amherst: McIssac Darragh Chartered Professional Accountants) Sponsor – Growing Forward 2, Province of Nova Scotia, Think Farm, Canadian…

Forest Funeral Thurs Oct 19, 2017

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Hello Nova Scotia Wild Flora Society The NSWFS is a Supporting Organization of the Healthy Forest Coalition (HFC).  We are forwarding to you this message from the HFC.  We trust you will consider attending. As you know, (a) the provincial government is allowing DNR to mismanage Crown Land, especially with…