16 of October 2018 6:30PM Library at The Docks Melbourne, VIC About Ending Hunger With Dr. Jahi Chappell Ending Hunger with Jahi Chappell is an opportunity to hear from author, scholar, and political agroecologist Dr. M. Jahi Chappell as he discusses food sovereignty and ending hunger through the lens of his book, Beginning to End […]
AFSA, in conjunction with ORICoop are proud to present the heartfelt film: Look & See: A Portrait of Wendell Berry. Produced by Robert Redford, Terrence Malick, & Nick Offerman and directed by Laura Dunn (The Unforeseen), this documentary is “a beautiful and poignant portrait of the changing landscapes and shifting values of rural America in the […]
Earlier this month, AFSA sadly farewelled Sally Ruljancich and Chris Balazs from the National Committee due to changed circumstances for both of them. Sally was co-opted onto the Committee mid-2016, and served as President from October 2016, bringing a wealth of knowledge around fundraising, and promoting the principles of food sovereignty and AFSA’s objectives both on […]
AFSA and the Victorian Farmers Markets Association have today released a joint public statement, calling on the Victorian Government to work with AFSA, VFMA and small producers to engage in open and constructive discussions about how to support the rapidly emerging local and fair food economy in Victoria. Public statement – Cancellation of Regulator-Producer Forum […]
The annual AFSA committee retreat at Point Lonsdale, held on the weekend of February 6-8, 2015, was a highly successful and motivating event that brought together many members of the new Committee for the first time.