2020

Frontline Farmers
Frontline Farmers

How the National Farmers Union Resists Agribusiness and Creates Our New Food Future Edited by Annette Aurélie Desmarais Who grows the food we eat? How important is it that family farms are viable in Canada today and in the future? How do viable family farms help determine the safety, diversity and sustainability of Canada’s food systems?

2019 Winner
2019 Winner

Hope Beneath Our Feet  by Kolby Peterson Like any dying language, the remaining speakers are too often silent, or silenced.  Should we choose to listen, we may hear their fluency through their tongues, but only the observant sees their language written on the land. This language is the relationship between humankind and Earth of a

2018 Winner
2018 Winner

What will farming look like for young farmers in 30 years? by Cherry Halcovitch It is easy to imagine that the next thirty years will look a lot like the headlines of today. Power and wealth will continue to consolidate, governments and private interests will blur together, and the poor and common people will have

Union Farmer Quarterly: Winter 2020
Union Farmer Quarterly: Winter 2020

In this issue: Messages from the Editorial Advisory Committee, President Katie Ward, Youth President Stuart Oke; Regional Coordinators Articles: Introducing Mara Shaw, NFU Executive Director. On the Frontline of the Climate Emergency and in Creating a New Future – The 50th Convention also saw the release of the NFU’s provocative and thought-provoking discussion paper and