Kathy Jollimore came to our IncrEDIBLE Picnic and loved the food, the people, and what the project stands for.
And wrote about it. A couple of excerpts:
“What one would see as an old school destined for demolition, others saw potential, a space for a community to come together, a project to connect us through food and sustainability and passion.”
“I’m not sure how the culinary scene is in the rest of the country but we’re pretty damn lucky out here in NS. With folks like these, Select NS, Slow Food NS, the Blockhouse School Project, a population increasingly rooted in local food, and a whole slew of young passionate chefs joining the ranks, Nova Scotia is poised to show the world that local isn’t simply a fleeting trend, it’s a way of life.”
See her great photos and read her entire post on EatHalifax.ca.