for food. for farming, for our future

The Headwaters Food and Farming Alliance (HFFA) envisions a food system in the Headwaters that is productive, sustainable, transparent, and fair; supports the health and well-being of our residents and food providers; and contributes to the prosperous and equitable economy

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Local Food Initiatives

What’s Happening?

Headwaters Food Charter Survey

Over the past year the Headwaters Food & Farming Alliance has worked with stakeholders to develop a Food Charter. As part of our initial phase in developing this food charter we are gathering input from the public on the charter’s values and goals. We need your input.

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Get Involved with local food initiatives in Headwaters region and Dufferin County

Want to Get Involved?

The initiatives of HFFA are primarily run by dedicated volunteers around Headwaters Region. You can get involved  helping sustain and support our food  system by;

donate for local food

get involved with HFFA

Farm to School Spring Fling May 24, 2017 4-8pm Monora Park Pavilion

Farm to School SPRING FLING   Be our guest! Join us as we celebrate and evaluate our programs, and take the opportunity to fertilize the activities of the Farm to School team to help our programs grow. WHEN: Wednesday, May 24, 2017 4pm to 8pm WHERE: Monora Park Pavilion, 500 Monora Park Drive, Mono View
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Caledon Mayor’s Culinary/Local Food Business Lunch

Culinary Caledon, Empowering Youth is the theme for the 2016 Fall Mayor’s Business Lunch This theme was chosen to highlight Caledon youth and the growing, dynamic culinary industry. Here’s what you can expect: a culinary experience featuring locally sourced foods prepared and presented by the culinary arts students at St. Michael Catholic SS Robert F. Hall Catholic
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Celebrate Headwaters Taste of the Harvest Oct 7-Nov 6

One could argue that Fall is the best time of year in the Headwaters region. The magnificence of the leaves changing colour, the fun of apple picking, events from fairs to tours to pumpkinfests, and of course, the harvest. With so many farms in our region, local produce is in abundance and the opportunity to
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