Lots of great work is being done at the neighbourhood level through ventures such as community houses and farmers markets. The aim of this page is to describe how they operate, what works well for them (and what doesn’t), and lessons they’ve learned while running their ‘business’. At the moment there are only a few studies to read but we’re gradually compiling more.
If you see something that interests you, please get in touch. We believe that the people who run ventures like the ones described here need to work together, so we can learn from one another, share stories, and build a stronger food security coalition across Tasmania.