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food builds COMMUNITY

MORE than 300 places around the world have transformed neighbourhoods into communities through ‘Food is Free’ projects. You can check them out at www.foodisfreeproject.org. There are several in Australia, with the movement spreading.

Ros Carter is from The Hills Food Frontier (THFF) in the Dandenong Ranges east of Melbourne. THFF started in 2014, and

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