Welcome To The Future of Food

Connecting People to each other through Soil Education 

 Forests are a great example of nature’s capacity to thrive in diverse conditions.

As our need for more Restorative and Regenerative land practices grows, the forest is an excellent guide for building ecologically sound landscapes, as well as food systems. 

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Food Forestry uses bio-mimicry, a regenerative and restorative solution to agroecology that imitates nature. Mimicking natural systems of a forest, decreases maintenance.

 

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.

Margaret Mead 

Nicola is an avid environmentalist who saw an opportunity to encourage communities to steward the soil, grow edibles and increase pollinator corridors

in under-utilized green spaces. Through her commitment to increasing community awareness of sustainable ecological land practices, she has been recognized

as one of Canada’s “Top 100 Black Women to Watch 2016”, City of Kitchener Environmental Leader 2019 and a Heart of the City National Park Delegate.

Nicola has been mentored by top permaculturists from around the world and shares her knowledge internationally through educational talks, seminars,

one-on-one mentoring, hands on practical workshops, consultations, board

of director memberships and restorative landscape design.

Nicola Thomas  

GRFF Founder, Permaculture Design Consultant (P.D.C.) 

Community Capacity Builder.  

Our greatest efforts are maximized through Collaboration

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Dr. Vandana Shiva founded Navdanya, the Indian-based NGO to promote biodiversity conservation, organic farming, the rights of farmers, and the process of seed saving. 

Water is Life

Toronto, ON. 2017

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"The Value of one, the Power of Many"
  
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