OUR WORK IS INVESTED IN THE COLLECTIVE POWER OF WE.
Greenwich Food System Forum (GFSF) is a multi-platform educational and convening initiative. Our integrated programming amplifies community- based organizations working towards food system transformation in Connecticut. We bridge initiatives throughout Fairfield County, and beyond, by strengthening the connections between those with the means to support an equitable, resilient and regional foodshed with those who are reshaping the system at the grass-roots. The GFSF platform facilitates the cross-pollination of ideas and best practices among food justice activists, farmers, producers, municipal leaders, policy makers, educators, youth, philanthropists, food enthusiasts and anyone who is interested in connecting and learning about local food.
"We acknowledge that the place commonly referred to as “Connecticut” is located on the occupied and/or unceded traditional lands and waters of Indigenous peoples, and that we have a responsibility to help make that truth visible and to support efforts toward indigenous sovereignty and well-being.” The Foodshed Network