We offer a range of services and support to government, businesses and communities across Australia. Reach out to chat about how we can work together to bring about food systems change in your region or remit.


We advocate for policy solutions, frameworks and initiatives to encourage investment, infrastructure development and support for regenerative solutions for food, agriculture and land use systems.

We do this in a number of ways:

  1. Partner with grassroots organisations and initiatives to find appropriate support such as networks, funding and resources
  2. Convene stakeholders and groups to advocate for food systems change at the local, state and federal level
  3. Engage in events to share knowledge and lived experience
  4. Connect with thought leaders and colleagues at the forefront of regenerative food systems


Driven to seek and share knowledge, FCF hosts educational events for the public, growers and eaters. Our events aim to build awareness and trusted networks, with a big emphasis on depolarising issues related to food and agriculture in the context of market failure and climate change.

Our recent activities include:

  1. Annual Humungous Fungus Award
  2. Healthy Soils, Healthy Farms workshop series
  3. Shed-ucation series
  4. Bulk Buyers Club forum
  5. An evening with Matthew Evans of Fat Pig Farm


It's the 'connect' bit in Food Connect that drives change.

With decades of experience connecting growers, distributors and eaters, we find the gaps and connect people and place with the principles of agroecology. Through learning the principles of Indigenous epistemology, we aim to promote reciprocity, responsibility and respect for all actors in the transition to a healthy landscape and food system.


We apply learnings of place-based systems change to work directly with communities to identify, plan and implement solutions to support the transition to regenerative food systems.


With over 20 years of experimenting at the edge of change, we anticipate what's needed and work with entrepreneurs to stand up innovative models that drive practical, place-based transitions.