We can grow food anywhere
The Social Issue
WHAT IS FOOD INSECURITY?
“A situation that exists when people lack secure access to sufficient amounts of safe and nutritious food for normal growth and development and an active and health life”
Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations
- More than 4 million Australians (18%) have experienced food insecurity in the last 12 months Up from 3.6 million Australians (15%) in 2017.
- Of these, 3 in 4 (76%) experience very low food security. - Children represent 22% of all food insecure Australians.
- Only 36% of charities meet the full needs of the people the assist down from 37% in 2017.
Food Bank Hunger Report 2018
Food shortages for those in need. Charities unable to meet demand.
Under-utilised spaces into urban farms to grow food for those in need.
Food anywhere by using a variety of growing methods and locations.
Food to narrow the gap of food insecurity experienced by charities across Queensland and Australia.
Produce freely to local charities and food security agencies.
With business and community groups to deliver outcomes.
Community through volunteer and training programs around each of our sites.
The long term unemployed under our qualified farmers to create vehicle to free people from the cycle of poverty.
The effects of the changes in climate through sustainable and regenerative practices where possible, including carbon sequestration.