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Our Circular Peer Network: People & Resources

​​​​​The Circular Food Hubs: Mainland Nova Scotia project uses a peer-to-peer learning approach, where participants are connected with others leading similar innovations from coast to coast. This network is evolving and will grow as the project progresses.


 


Erin Nichols, Senior Project Manager, City of Vancouver, Circular Food Innovation Lab

Jonathan Rodrigue, CEO, Still Good

  • Jonathan is the co-founder and CEO of Still Good, a proudly carbon-negative circular economy company whose mission is to upcycle ingredients - primarily grains and cereals - to reduce food waste. Get in touch with Jonathan.

Rebecca Tran, Managing Partner, The Station Food Hub

  • Rebecca is the co-founder of The Station Food Hub Company, a purpose-led business located in Newport Station, Nova Scotia that works to connect local farms, food, and people using a business model that creates value from diverted food waste, food by-products, and surplus food. Get in touch with Rebecca.

Ashlee Cooper, Manager of Food and Community Resiliency, Our Food Future

  • Ashlee is a project manager with Our Food Future, housed within the City of Guelph’s Smart Cities Office. She is a former food justice worker and agriculture entrepreneur with a longtime interest in our food system. She has extensive experience working with nonprofits and cities to create urban agriculture strategies. Get in touch with Ashlee

Marcos Alejandro Badra, Circular Economy, City of Richmond

  • As the Program Manager of Circular Economy, Marcos focuses on developing the Circular Procurement Policy and the Richmond Circular City Strategy, implementing pilot projects and continually striving to promote innovative circular economy practices that support Richmond's circular economy transition. Get in touch with Marcos


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