The Local Food Initiative Project is an initiative of a group of like-minded community organisations that have come together with the aim to build more resilient local food economies.
Extending from the South East Food Plan, the aim is to identify barriers to local food production and consumption in order to identify practical solutions for producers, retailers and consumers.
All information collected will be held in confidence and individuals will not be identified in collating survey information in any way. We will not be providing any individual information to any 'authority', all submissions are anonymous.
We will be presenting survey results publicly in mid 2014 with the view to addressing and resolving barriers identified by producers, consumers and the supply chain.
The project has been initiated by FuturePLANS (Palerang Local Action Network for Sustainability) and is supported by SCPA - South East Producers, Southern NSW Harvest Association, SEE-Change, Permaculture eXchange and Canberra City Farm.
This survey is for local food producers of all types. We've tried to keep it short and to the point and it should only take a few minutes to complete.