The Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy (CIELAP) produced a report on the legal, regulatory and policy barriers that constrain the production, distribution, and sale of local food in the Greenbelt. Approximately half of Ontario’s fruit farms and a fifth of its vegetable farms are located in the Greenbelt. Identifying barriers will inspire a drive towards recognizing solutions, which will benefit Ontario’s farmers significantly. It is a useful resource for educators, students and the general public on food security ad local agriculture.
Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy
Barriers to Local Food Production, Distribution, and Sale in the Greenbelt
$15,000 - October 11, 2007
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