Learn more about our Good Food Network here: https://www.goodfoodnetwork.info/

The Good Food Network joins numerous organizations and individuals across the capital region with the shared purpose of connecting and aligning our efforts and work together towards a healthy and sustainable food system in our region. 

The members of the Good Food Network are diverse and span the food system. There are nutritionists, educators, knowledge keepers, community organizations, funders, local government planners and decision makers, as well as farmers, food producers and distributors.

To be a member, all you need to do is agree to the principles of Good Food, and pledge to further them. You can join as an individual or as an organization, but what is common is that you believe that "together we are stronger." and proactively work to align your work towards some common goals that we have identified as a network (see our collective impact strategy). You can share your work through face to face meetings, the quarterly newsletter and through other network activities.

CRFAIR supports the development of the network by hosting its communication tools, generating funding for coordination of network activities, and coordinating the Good Food Summit. In addition, CRFAIR supports the coordination of network campaigns and policy advocacy in the interim of the network building its governance and action teams.