Atlantic Food Action Coalition

Mission: To connect people, organizations, and projects within Atlantic Canadian food systems to foster food security, sovereignty and sustainability through collaboration and connection.Vision: Connected, collaborative Atlantic Canadian food systems.

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About Us

The Atlantic Food Action Coalition is an alliance of individuals and organizations from across Atlantic Canada who are committed to building robust regional food systems.We are committed to working together to share knowledge, resources and solutions to create more equitable and sustainable food systems for all.By creating a collective voice, we can amplify our efforts for change. We can leverage the strengths of each region to support others, sharing what is working, what gaps need to be filled, and the challenges.Together, we can co-create thriving local food systems that provide everyone access to healthy, affordable and culturally appropriate food.

Our Geography of Focus

The Atlantic Food Action Coalition works across the four Atlantic Canadian provinces to:

1. Provide public training sessions, seminars, presentations, workshops and conferences on food production, food security and related climate adaption; and2. Conduct research on food production and food security and making these findings available to the public.

Our Story

Our Collaborators

The Atlantic Food Action Coalition works with local change making organizations. Reach out if you'd like to see your organization partner with AFAC.

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Reach Out!

Wish to collaborate? Send us a message and a member of our team will reach out to you.

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