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The SJ Food & Farm Alliance is Building a LOCAL food network 

Educating in sustainable healthy living
Passing on LOCAL skills & knowledge
Catering with healthy food options

Latest News

Demand for our first pickling event was so great that we will be doing another check out the tickets here.


Also do not forget that we are now running a second Gourmet Mushroom event, see the calendar for details.


See more exciting events on our calendar....anyone for Pork Belly....?


COMING UP... Switch Your Thinking  in May 


See some of the info that will be going into our book....

Members of the SJ Food and Farm Alliance have been on the road gathering information for upcoming events, click here to see more...



Thanks to all those who came to our Joel Salatin event, the feedback we have had is amazing. Checkout our Joel Salatin Event here  - and of course there is heaps of information on the http://www.polyfacefarms.com/  website.

Our Vision
To establish Serpentine-Jarrahdale and its communities as a hub for successful and sustainable Peri-urban agriculture and connected industries.

Our Mission
To champion annual educational and promotional activities that support Peri-urban agriculture and influence broader issues such as food security, increasing local economies and community health and nutrition.

Objectives

Stimulate new Peri-urban economic development through small scale farming and direct marketing.

Cultivate awareness of healthy eating habits through education.

Foster support for Serpentine-Jarrahdale's regionally grown and processed foods.

Develop local access to affordable fresh food.

Raise awareness of the importance of small farms and small farm management.

Highlight the relationship of agriculture to urban communities and the environment.

To develop a 'Local Community Food Plan'.

Click here to read about Food Sovereignty

We will initially deliver these objectives through a schedule of events that focus on:

Food and small farm education programs in each community-
Visits to local farms-
Home gardening workshops-
Development of local food initiatives-
From 'Garden to Gate to Dinner Plate' cooking demonstrations-
And anything else that will foster a stronger relationship with the urban and agricultural community.