Why local government should be focused on Food Systems

Why local government should be focused on Food Systems

Our Services Why local government should be focused on Food Systems Community food systems have the power to improve wellbeing and connectedness, while also supporting vulnerable members of the community. Many councils are now recognising the benefits of supporting...
How to co-design a food hub with your community

How to co-design a food hub with your community

Resources How to co-design a food hub with your community A food hub can play many roles in a community. It can help farmers sell food for a fair price, bringing together produce from many farmers to make it easier to sell produce. It can source food that is...
Strengthening farmer-buyer relationships with governance

Strengthening farmer-buyer relationships with governance

Research Report Strengthening farmer – buyer relationships with governance Working towards whole crop purchasing for zero on-farm food waste Through the Whole Crop Purchasing project, Open Food Network has been facilitating connections between Victorian-based...
Towards a Healthy, Regenerative and Equitable Food System in Victoria

Towards a Healthy, Regenerative and Equitable Food System in Victoria

Towards a Healthy, Regenerative and Equitable Food System in Victoria: A Consensus Statement  The COVID-19 pandemic and recent floods in QLD and NSW have shone a light on just how unprepared our food system is for (un)natural disasters. ‘One in a hundred-year’ floods...
What we learned from running a Collaborative Logistics Scheme

What we learned from running a Collaborative Logistics Scheme

Our projects – Open Road What we learned from running a collaborative logistics scheme So much! From March 2021 to June 2022 we conceived and developed the largest collaborative logistics project for the values-based short supply chain sector trialed in...

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