Hosted by FFS partner RDA ACT, the Victualis 2 dinner brought together key players in the region’s agrifood sector for an info-packed evening focused on sustainable, resilient urban food systems.
Distinguished Professor David Tissue’s recent trip included visits to former students and leading research institutions, a gigantic flux tower tour and some memorable dinners.
The National Farmers’ Federation’s first female President stepped down on 25 October to take on a global advocacy role as a Director of the World Farmers’ Organisation.
In August, FFS team members flew west for a series of stakeholder meetings, visits to Mt Lindesay and Melville Park farms and delivery of an FFS-FIPWA workshop.
In July. Future Food Systems staff, research leads and PhDs represented FFS, our projects and our mission at conferences and agrifood events nationwide.
A new Future Food Systems project will establish Australia’s first food-focused ‘Living Lab’ to foster creative collaboration among stakeholders in Coffs’ agrifood ecosystem, including co-designing the concept for a dedicated food innovation and logistics precinct for the region.
Future Food Systems headed to NSW’s Northern Tablelands in June, visiting University of New England and Costa Group’s state-of-the-art tomato-production glasshouse.
A Charles Darwin University research group reveals what’s needed for Northern Australia to build its own food manufacturing capabilities.
On the eve of Future Food Systems’ fourth anniversary, Dr James Krahe reflects on the collaborations, accomplishments, research outcomes and unwavering support that have been instrumental in the growth of the CRC and Australia’s agrifood sector.
A specialised Food Science and Nutrition campus run by Murdoch University has launched at the Food Innovation Precinct WA.