Name and Farm: Rohan, Fiona, Eden & Jethro Morris from Gleneden Family Farm Where and what do you farm? We’re near Warwick, QLD and we’re a traditional and innovative mixed family farm with a wide variety of small enterprises. How is food sovereignty important to you? We would like to be able to earn our […]
As a young aspiring farmer and producer, I was delighted to represent Fair Food Farmers United (FFFU) at the La Via Campesina (LVC) South East Asia and East Asia Regional meeting. It was inspiring to meet with so many delegates from various farmer and peasant organizations through out the region and discuss something so close […]
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 […]
Over 450 people gathered at Jonai Farms & Meatsmiths in the central highlands of Victoria to hear the high priest of the pasture Joel Salatin (Polyface Farm) wax evangelical about the bizarre world we live in where a local, small-scale family farm is considered ‘risky’ while big industrialised food production hidden from the public eye carries on uninhibited by a perverse regulatory system.
The world’s most innovative farmer, Joel Salatin is back in Australia! What would our food system look like if small scale regenerative farms were the norm? Find out with renowned American farmer and author Joel Salatin, Costa Georgiadis from ABC’s Gardening Australia and Tammi and Stuart Jonas of Jonai Farms, leaders in the Australian agrarian […]