food security

By building food security and sovereignty food insecurity can be reduced, says Chris Pinkerton Yukon Energy food security network coordinator. Mike Thomas/Yukon News

COVID-19 shines light on Yukon’s food insecurity issues: Chris Pinkerton

COVID-19 puts food insecurity at the forefront of people’s minds said Chris Pinkerton, food security network coordinator


Carcross/Tagish First Nation harvest heirloom potato crop

The Lingít K’úntsx’ variety has been grown by coastal Tlingit for over 200 years


Local company providing fresh produce, tools to grow it all year long

The Yukon isn’t the place in the world most suited to year-round…


Agriculture policy released

Document will guide food production over next decade

CYFN launches rural food program

Individual First Nations will work with CYFN on program delivery

Whitehorse firm Solvest hopes to grow business with hydroponic farms

‘When you take produce 2,000 km up the highway, you lose some nutrition’

Don’t make milk more expensive

Recycling is important, but not as much as good health

  • Aug 15, 2017

Researchers asking Yukoners for input on food policy

‘As Northerners we’re defining our own needs’

  • Jul 26, 2017