Sonoma County Food System Alliance
The Sonoma County Food System Alliance (SCFSA) is a county-based coalition of diverse stakeholders working to improve our food system through community engagement and collective action. Convened through a partnership between Ag Innovations Network and the County of Sonoma in 2009, the Alliance is a powerful tool to bring our community together to target food system issues and creating quality ideas that lead to effective action.
The SCFSA is committed to the long-term process necessary to achieve system-wide change and will continue to leverage partnerships and strategic opportunities to reach the goals outlined in the Food Action Plan. The project receives primary funding support from the Sonoma County Department of Health Service’s Health Action Initiative.
November Salon: Finding Higher Ground
Dec 15, 2014 -
Finding Higher Ground: How local food collaboratives can become innovation enginesRead More »
What can a congregation do to give low-income people a hand up, not just a handout?
Oct 27, 2014 -Read More »
September Salon: Committee Strategy
Sep 11, 2014 -
Committee Strategy & Team EffectivenessRead More »
July Salon: Food “System Thinking”
Jul 10, 2014 -
Food "System Thinking": What System Theory can tells us about how to change our food systemRead More »
2014 Alliance Network Salon Series
Jun 12, 2014 -
This webinar series was offered by our Regional Food Systems program. During bi-monthly learning salons, food system leaders learned new tools and shared best practices for collaboration. Topics primarily focused on the "hows" of collaborative change, and each salon featured an expert speaker on the topic at hand.Read More »