The Moreland Food System Strategy 2017-2020 sets ambitious goals for creating a just and vibrant food system. Part of this Strategy includes creating a Community Food Hub in Moreland.

Community Food Hubs are places where people can meet together to grow, share, prepare and eat nutritious food. Community Food Hubs are an emerging model to support food security.

Council is committed to working with our community to make nutritious food socially and economically accessible to all. This project explores the feasibility of establishing a community food hub in the north of Moreland which has some of the least food secure communities in the municipality.

Survey and community consultation sessions

Between January and March we'll be asking our community what a Community Food Hub in Moreland might look like and where it could be located.

We are hosting 5 interactive co-design workshops where you can contribute ideas with others to help shape a vision and inform a concept design for a community food hub in the north! Check out the dates in the right hand menu of this page!

We are also asking the community to provide us with feedback and ideas by completing the survey below by 23 March 2020.


Survey into food access in Moreland's north

This survey is to gain greater understanding about how a localised food hub could improve access to fresh food in Moreland's north. Please submit the online survey below by 23 March 2020.
What is your relationship to the north of Moreland? Required
In what suburb/area in the north of Moreland do you spend most of your time? Required
To access fresh food in the north of Moreland do you (check all that apply): Required
What services an activities would you like to see in a new food hub in Moreland's north? Required
What would interest you to be actively involved with a new food hub in Moreland's north? Required