About the event
This is a free event. Donations are welcome at the door.
Colleen Dyck, a farmer and entrepreneur from Niverville, Manitoba, travelled to western Kenya to live and work alongside small-scale farmer Lucy Anyango.
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Hosted by Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation (SCIC), the Canadian Foodgrains Bank and the University of Regina Faculty of Social Work.
About Rick and Jacquie,
Rick grew up on a small farm near Saskatoon and graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a BSc and MSc in Soil Science. He has worked mostly for non-profit organizations focused on agriculture and food security. Jacquie, originally from B.C., has a Master’s Degree in Theological Studies from ACTS in Langley, B.C. and worked at Bethany College in Hepburn, SK. for five years. For Rick and Jacquie, one of the highlights of working with the Foodgrains Bank is connecting with many people from a diversity of backgrounds who all share a commitment to responding compassionately to the needs of those who are hungry. The Blocks have two children: Ezra, 13, and Hilary, 10.