Rita, Stephen, and wee Joseph transplanting upland rice to the field. Emily is taking the picture, yet another farm task she enjoys and treats as play (and without which we wouldn't have nearly the record of our activities that we do).
I was recently invited to contribute to a discussion that the board of the the Primate World Relief and Development Fund (a partner of the Canadian Food Grains Bank) was having on corporate engagement. The five minute video captures, in broad strokes, some of my thoughts and feelings on the issues of food security, faith, and the centrality of moral choice (in both what we eat and how we produce it). It is five minutes, I hope you can take time to watch it. It will also tell you a little bit more about me.
Jerremie and Rita Clyde are members of St. James Anglican Church in Calgary Alberta. They are enthusiastic supporters of A Rocha Canada and believe in caring for creation.
Faith Based Farm
Little Loaves is a faith based farm. That means our faith informs our choice to farm, how we farm and what we do with the bounty. It doesn't mean that we evangelize at folk, but if you ask, well we will be happy to talk about it.