RANDWICK CITY COUSIN might not be the largest in the Sydney Food Connect galaxy, but it’s perhaps one of the more social.
That’s guessing of course, and I don’t want to put other City Cousins’ noses out of joint by …
Here is a media release I edited and distributed on behalf of Food Connect Sydney…
Issued: 16 April 2010A
A new opportunity in fresh food:
Food Connect comes to Randwick!
Randwick residents have a new option when it comes to choosing tasty, locally grown food, now that Randwick City Council is to lend support to the new Food Connect Sydney initiative in the Eastern Suburbs.
Story & photo essay: Russ Grayson
Plains To Plate Food Convergence, Adelaide, mid-February 2010
AFTER ALL THE PLANNING and problem solving, after all the talking and thinking, the moment had arrived.
Story & photos: Russ Grayson
IF YOU EVER WANTED EVIDENCE that community food systems are riding the wave of the future, you need look no further than Food Connect. Brisbane’s premier community food system, Food Connect now boasts around 75 core and 30 peripheral farmers supplying fresh, regionally-grown food to something like 1000 city subscribers.