FoodLoops is a cultural deep mapping project by students in Communications 3700 at TRU. Using the Kamloops Food and Urban Agriculture Plan as a base, students over two years of the course formed groups and set out to research and tell some stories of citizens who are passionate about local food production, food distribution, food festivals and events, food literacy, building community through food, and food assistance in Kamloops. During the Fall 2018 semester, we mapped the three neighbourhoods that make up Downtown: Sagebrush, City Centre, and the West End. In Fall 2019, we mapped the North Shore.
From a TRU course taught by Dr. Kathleen Scherf, built by Thomas Sandhoff.