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  Find our more about the AFSA’s Peoples’ Food Plan

More coverage for food plan

The Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance's (AFSA) Peoples' Food Plan has received coverage in the January-March 2014 edition of ReNew magazine.

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  AFSA President’s message


  Fair Food Farmers United blog

  1. First steps in Seymour

    Fair Food Farmers United (FFFU), the Farmers’ Chapter of the AFSA, brought together a small group of producers and food activists in Seymour, Victoria.
Find out more about Fair Food Farmers United

  Recent blog posts

  1. Open Farms takes solution from Cold War

    A Cold War initiative might offer an alternative to proposed draconian, 'ag-gag' laws being pushed by state governments and farmer organisations in South Australia and Tasmania.
  2. Farms — for agriculture or tourists?

    Anaïs linked to a story on a US website, Modern Farmer. What caught my attention was author, Sarah Searle's comment about " ...farms whose secondary, if not primary purpose, is for tourism."
  3. Nick’s Travel Diary – Pro Veggie Gardens in Argentina

    After nearly six weeks travelling through the US Mid-West, Toronto and three cities of Argentina's interior, I've realised – or rather been reminded – that everything is relative. The challenges that Australia faces, grave as they are, need to be put into perspective.
  4. Nick’s travel diary: A Tale of Two Cities

    “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” These famous opening words from Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities sums up how I am feeling after a week and a half in the Midwest of the United States: a week in Chicago and three days in Milwaukee.
  5. AFSA welcomes Local Organics

    Local Organics has just joined AFSA. It is a Melbourne-based food hub created to give access to ethical food from sustainable, organic and biodynamic Victorian family farms.
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  The small screen — food related videos

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  About the AFSA

The Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance (AFSA) is working towards a fair, diverse and democratic food system for the benefit of all Australians.
How we work
These are the values that form the platform from which the AFSA operates…
  • Inclusive
  • Collaborative
  • Professional
  • Transparent
  • Wise
  • Courageous
  • Sustainable

We are a national alliance of people and organisations who are working for a better food system. The food system is broken. People are hungry in outer suburbs, whilst supermarkets are throwing away food. Farmers are leaving the land in droves. Food is full of additives and chemicals that are making us sick. We’ve come up with a plan for a better food system — it’s called the Peoples’ Food Plan.
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