The work of the food policy network is advocating for policy change to support the shift to sustainable food systems. Nine policy areas have been tentatively identified and we will look for people to pick up leadership of any of these areas. Other policy areas may emerge and some of these may atrophy. There is also a need for a coordinating group.
Meeting facilitation can rotate through each cluster. Half of the agenda can focus on their policy areas and the other half deal with broader issues. The intention is to distribute power and leadership throughout the network.