Charlene Seward

Posted on Thursday, 13 October 2022 under Stories

Telling new and better stories is an integral part of the process of working towards better futures. Imagining alternatives to our current food systems is the beginning of creating change. This video is part of our story series: Visioning Sustainable Food Systems in BC.

Charlene Seward is a proud member of the Squamish Nation with close family ties to the Snuneymuxw Nation. She is honoured to join the ISFS team and brings a decade of experience in Indigenous engagement, with a passion for developing meaningful relationships that support change at multiple levels.

In this video, Charlene Seward shares her vision for sustainable food systems in British Columbia.

We want to create the space for people across BC to share their vision of sustainable food systems in our province. We want to hear your thoughts!

What would thriving and sustainable food systems in BC look like to you?

Share Your Vision

This initiative is partially funded by Metro Vancouver and Vancity.