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We invite you to take a closer look at how support for small scale farming can lead to food justice.
USC Canada is proud to share our years of experience working with small-scale farmers in the global South, contributing that insight to a new discussion paper called Pathways to Resilience (pdf). Prepared by the Canadian Food Security Policy Group (FSPG), of which USC canada is a member, this document is the result of our efforts to collectively examine how the work of our partners in the South might inform Canada’s response to the Global Food Crisis in a way that acknowledges the central role of smallholder agriculture and its long-term sustainability and resilience.
Six case studies accompany Pathways to Resilience, each prepared by a member of the FSPG. USC Canada prepared Growing Resilience to highlight seeds, knowledge, and diversity in Honduras. We invite you to read this case study as a way to learn more about our work in Honduras. The rest of the case studies are available through the FSPG website.