Wiisiniwin hopes to engage North End youth (12-30) in learning about alternative food systems, culturally appropriate food security and delivery of information to our community. We would use various forms of media to document the learnings we yield. This project will operate over a period of six months. It is clearly divided into four parts (learning, adapting, planning, and delivery). We plan to use Developmental Evaluation to evaluate the project as we go. We will empower the youth mentors to decide and interpret the information and present it to the youth and North End community in a way that makes sense to them. Our process will be replicable by other groups. Depending upon the commitment of community members, subsequent phases may be developed for this project. Some suggested phases include working with northern communities and starting a community co-op.