What is the FSLN?
The FSLN is a national peer learning community that connects current and emerging leaders, strengthens individual and collective leadership capacity, and fosters collaboration across communities. The goal of the network is to accelerate the realization of a just, equitable, and sustainable food system that generates good food, health, and opportunity for all. Click here to learn more and watch the video below to get a sense of the spirit and purpose of the FSLN.
The FSLN provides many ways for you to discover and build relationship with hundreds of other food systems leaders across the country.
Dive deep into the resource library filled with online courses, webinars, toolkits, and hundreds of learning resources on topics ranging from food safety, to nonprofit management and ops, to value chain coordination.
Explore opportunities to grow as a leader and change-maker through FSLN Systems Leadership Retreats, Mentorship Programs, Technical Trainings and Peer Learning opportunities.
It’s so nice to be in a room with shared values and understanding that this work is bigger than food. It’s nice to have a group of people who are working on food and social justice across the country – I feel comfort in knowing we’re all out there doing the work.
Connect with thousands of other current and emerging food systems leaders from across the country.
Explore hundreds of food systems learning resources, tools, and webinars in the resource library.
Join discussion groups with peers to ask questions, share information, and connect on a diversity of system food topics.
New & Upcoming
The FSLN Member Survey is now open! Join us in reflecting on the network’s impact to date and sharing our dreams for its future. This survey will help the backbone team…
Since the launch of the Food Systems Leadership Network in 2018, the backbone team has had the honor of connecting with and interviewing several of the many changemakers in this…
“I knew she was going to change the world.” This is how food systems consultant Patti Miller introduces her colleague, Megan Govindan, Research Associate at West Virginia University’s Office of Health…
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