Littlefoot Community Projects is a not-for-profit organization aimed at addressing the root causes of food insecurity in our community. Our work is steeped in both social and ecological consciousness.
What we do
Littlefoot Community Projects is a registered not-for-profit aimed at addressing the systemic causes of food insecurity. Our organization employs principles of food justice, anti-racism, and equity to work towards the goal of food security in Kitchener-Waterloo. We work with a range of community members to address diverse aspects of food security, including: basic income, health and harm reduction, education, sustainable agriculture, land & food sovereignty, culturally appropriate foods, and more.
Our activities include:
- Offering flexible and compassionate opportunities to access food in Downtown Kitchener, through our Feed Change Market (a pay-what-you-choose produce market) as well as local community programs.
- Creating knowledge sharing and skills building opportunities around regenerative agriculture, vermi-composting (worm composting), entrepreneurship, and food justice.
- Addressing food security in an intersectional way, through grassroots partnerships, political engagement, research, and advocacy.
We are deeply humbled to be growing on Stone Meadow Farm, in Maryhill, ON, on the traditional territories of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, Attiwonderonk, Anishinaabe, and Haudenosaunee peoples. This land-based work requires us to be reflexive in all that we do, to unpack our privileges, invite criticisms, to listen, and to promote the healing of this Earth we call home.