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2017 AGM Scheduled for April 25th

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Details of our 5th Annual General Meeting are now available!

Please join us for our guest speaker, Av Singh, prior to the AGM meeting proper.

A detailed agenda is available in our event page.



2016 AGM scheduled for April 23rd

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Our AGM has been scheduled for , April 23rd, at the Holiday Inn, Truro.

The doors will open at 6:30 pm. Call to order at 7:00 pm.


6:30 pm Doors open

7:00 pm Call to open meeting

  •  Welcome address and adoption of the agenda
  •  Previous minutes
  •  President’s update on activities
  •  Financial report
  •  Special presentations
  •  Break as needed
  •  Reaffirmation and nominations of directors (and elections if necessary)

Director nominations from the floor are welcomed

  • All adult members willing to actively participate are eligible and encouraged to seek nomination for up to a three year term
  • Committee volunteers do not need to be directors and can attend directors meeting provided they sign our code of conduct documents

Q & A

8:30pm AGM closes (anticipated time)


For more information or to RSVP please contact: Edna Foster, Meeting Chair, at emf@nncweb.ca or 902-661-4366.

2015 AGM Scheduled for April 28th

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The details of our 2015 AGM have been released. Please read the details of the event on our events page.

February 28th, 2015 is CSA Signup Day!

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You can buy a share of local grass fed beef through GRUp…

Beef Market Share deliveries (including bone broth), are arranged using pre-existing food safe transportation, Fridays in Amherst, Saturdays in Tatamagouche, River John and New Glasgow  and ~ monthly to Truro, Enfield, Halifax, Dartmouth and Tantallon by special arrangement.”

Any one wanting to sign up can do so by email info@grassrootsupcoop.ca , or phoning or texting 9022973573

About CSA Signup Day

CSA Sign-Up Day is a day for all of us who share a passion for good, clean, fair food to work together to encourage citizens to invest in a Community Support Agriculture (CSA) share. Check out the link below to read more about it, and sign up for a CSA share today! (Or on Saturday) J


Every year the Ecology Action Centre updates their list of CSAs that operate across the province- it looks like this:


2014 AGM – We need your input

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We have two options for this year’s AGM.  We need your help to ensure we plan a session that works for most people. Please provide your input below to help us plan the event.  We will confirm the date and time next week.


Tatamagouch – Sunday April 27th at 5pm at the Tatamagouch Centre.  This meeting time will precede a presentation on GMO/GE Foods & Health and provides an opportunity to attend both.


Truro – Monday April 28th at 7pm at the Perennia building, Innovation Park.

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Genetically Engineered Foods & Your Health

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Interested in learning more about the impacts of genetic engineering on our food? Join Dr. Thierry Vrain and Mr. Tony Mitra for a presentation and discussion about the concerns of GE foods and how you can take action.

Sunday April 27, 2014
Tatamagouch Centre

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What are we eating?

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The conversation is growing around our food and how it affects our health. There are many anecdotal accounts of food as medicine. In a recent Tedx talk Dr. Katherine Reid discusses her experience and journey in looking at the direct link between food and autism.

Dr. Reid takes us on an intriguing journey of diet changes that diminished her daughter’s autistic behaviors. She reveals an association between a common ingredient in the Western diet and many chronic illnesses that plague a number of countries. Dr. Reid tells the story that lead to her founding Unblind My Mind.

By participating and investing in Grass Roots Up Cooperative, you can be a part of ensuring, sustainable, local food, grown from the natural bounty and grass advantage remains part of the food system in Nova Scotia. You can be part of positive and lasting food security for all.

Investments made prior to the end of Feb may qualify for Equity Tax Credit, so if you were already thinking about joining us and  investing, now is a great time!