The Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance (AFSA) is a not-for-profit organisation led by farmers, working towards a food system that enables people to create, manage and choose their food system. Integrating regenerative and agroecological farming principles, AFSA is a great resource for farmers interested in learning more or participating in this movement.
Open Food Network Australia is an open-source platform designed to enable ethical supply chains by making it easy and efficient to sell and buy sustainable products. The website connects food producers with a network of food hubs and shops. It also enables communities to bring together producers to create a virtual farmers market. You can learn more on their website linked above.
Hepburn Wholefoods is a not-for-profit community group which is seeking to enable a secure and vibrant food system in the Daylesford and Hepburn area. Providing a connection between growers and their community, the organisation prefers to buy organic and biodynamic produce straight from farmers. If you would like to purchase from the Hepburn Wholefood Collective or learn more, follow the link above.