Join AFSA Farmers Tammi Jonas of Jonai Farm, Ant Wilson of Tellurian Fruit Gardens, and Dan Cordner of Bellasato Farm to talk about the highs, lows, and hows of setting up a CSA, and why CSAs – as solidarity economies – are critical for building democratic and resilient food systems.
We had a stellar group join us for this session with plenty of questions and an amazing energy for building economies where growers and eaters support each other to grow a good food system. Thanks to everyone who joined us – we’re looking forward to seeing you again at our next session!
Watch the session here and keep an eye out for Solidarity Economies Session #2 with Open Food Network in a couple of weeks!
The Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance (AFSA) is a farmer-led civil society organisation of people working together towards socially-just and ecologically-sound food and agriculture systems that foster the democratic participation of Indigenous Peoples, smallholders, and local communities in decision making processes.