AFSA’s Work

Feeding Australia, Fairly

AFSA is a collective of farmers and individuals working together to achieve food sovereignty for all, through socially-just and ecologically sound food and agricultural systems.

To do this, our work covers ground-up movement building across farming, research, legal reform and legal support.

Our aim is for food and agricultural systems to be democratically determined by farmers and eaters, with access to knowledge and resources to feed communities with real food and heal Country.

Take a look at some of our key projects and programs.

Farming On Other People’s Land

FOOPL is a new channel to help grow new growers, support young farmers, and facilitate access to land for aspiring growers all over Australia.

FOOPL also references that all non-indigenous Australian farmers are farming on other peoples’ land – First Peoples’ Country.

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The Agroecology Action Research Network

The Agroecology Action Research Network (AARN) is an initiative of the Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance (AFSA) as part of our over-arching goal of fostering an agroecological and food sovereignty transition in Australia.

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Solidarity Sessions

It is clearer than ever that it is time to transform our food systems and the economic models and loss of connection that created them to create a new normal that puts the health of planet and people over profit. The alternatives for transformative change already exist — degrowth, social solidarity economies, and collectivising for action.

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