MEDIA RELEASE: 26 March 2020 Farmers’ Markets are an Essential Service – Keep them open! The Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance (AFSA) is working to assert and secure everyone’s right to access nutritious food grown and distributed in ethical and ecologically-sound ways. Farmers’ markets are excellent sources of this food grown by Australia’s small-scale farmers, and play […]
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 […]
“Food security is an individual or community’s ability to access healthy, affordable and appropriate food. Food insecurity can therefore be defined as having limited or irregular access to safe and secure nutritional food from a non-emergency source. Food insecurity has been prioritised in the Central West Gippsland region in 2007. Subsequently, research and food system […]
A diverse food system is necessary to creating a secure food supply says Merran Laver…
Fair Food Week is almost upon us, and what a fantastic week it promises to be! There are dozens of events celebrating the pleasure and values that food embodies for us all.