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How Churchill Northern Studies Centre Is Bringing Food Sovereignty to the Arctic North

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, spearheaded by the . For nearly six years, Rocket Greens has successfully demonstrated the possibility of cultivating fresh, leafy produce regardless of season or weather conditions.

Through an effort between the and CNSC, 250-400 pieces of hydroponically grown greens are delivered weekly to the community.

These cater to the project’s Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) subscribers, local restaurants and grocery stores, ensuring a steady source of locally grown organic produce.CNSC was established in 1976 as a center dedicated to providing logistical support to researchers, educators and citizen scientists interested in examining the flora and fauna of the Arctic. “In our mandate to understand and sustain the North, we try and make it as accessible as possible,” explains Dylan McCart, executive director of CNSC.

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