Moosemeat & Marmalade Food For Thought Webisode Series
Moosemeat & Marmalade, a Canadian Indigenous food documentary series has created a new Food For Thought webisode series to go behind the scenes and in-depth into the Dairy, Grain, Salmon and Wild Game industries. In the Salmon episode, Moosemeat & Marmalade co-host and celebrated Cree bush cook/activist Art Napoleon to explore how GMO and organic farms work, some of the common misconceptions and why there seems to be so much resistance against GMOs.
Thank you for your participation in helping us create the Grain video. Mike Wavrecan of Moosemeat & Marmalade has connected us to share the video series with you along with a sample social media caption should you want to promote this video to your community. We hope this makes it easier for you to share.
We’re also sharing a line about the other videos in this series in case you’d like to explore the others, or share them as well.
You’ll be able to find all of the videos on the brand new Food for Thought website here: https://vimeopro.com/maystreet/foodforthought
1) Grain: Watch as the @MoosemeatAndMarmalade team unpack some common GMO myths as they head to Saskatchewan to see how organic farms work and chat with scientists and advocacy groups on why there’s so much resistance to GMOs #GMOMyths #FoodForThought #GrainFarming
2) Salmon: Join Chef Dan Hayes as he explores fish farms, hatcheries and talks to biologists and conservationists about how fish farming impacts wild salmon stocks #FishFarming #WildSalmon #FoodForThought @MoosemeatAndMarmalade
3) Dairy: Dive into the world of dairy farming with Chef Dan Hayes to learn firsthand how dairy is produced in our country. He takes a visit to farms + the tech research facility at University of Guelph. #DairyFarming #OrganicDairy #FoodForThought @MoosemeatAndMarmalade
4) Wild Game: Environmental impact and economics go hand in hand with Indigenous rights and food security. Join noted Cree cook Art Napoleon as he returns to his home reserve to explore how wild game is affected. #WildGame #IndigenousRights #FoodSecurity #FoodForThought @MoosemeatAndMarmalade
Source: The Social Agency