Our vision

We see a world where we re-think the way we source, treat, and consume food for a more sustainable future.

The challenge

The pressures of modern farming and agriculture have harmed Australian soil to an almost catastrophic level. If we don’t change our practices, we won’t be able to grow food for the future.

We believe the way forward

is to go back to our roots

Our pledge

We will educate, plant, and donate towards organizations that go back to our traditional roots to protect our future.

Our first step

Early indigenous farming methods are both sustainable and respectful to the earth. We believe they’re the key to a healthy future for the planet and ourselves. The Future Food Grant gives schools and community groups the opportunity to take part in an educational workshop exploring these farming methods and their importance in the future sustainability of our food ecosystem.

This includes planting native seedlings in school or community gardens and tasting these ingredients in use.

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The Future Food Grant

We welcome and encourage applicants from all schools and community groups to apply for this important educational initiative. Simply fill out the form below.

Apply for grant

We welcome and encourage applicants from all schools and community groups to apply for this important educational initiative. Simply fill out the form below.

Our partners

Get to know the teams we’re working with to eat our world better.

Deadly ED

Deadly Ed’s mission is to ensure anyone, in any location, can get access to quality and authentic Aboriginal Education. As an Aboriginal Education provider, they create opportunities to enhance cultural awareness, connection to country, and offer unique ways for all to get hands on with our culture.

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