Local Food Systems


Design and Deliver
a Strong Background
and Working Knowledge

Today it takes for a farmer, or a Group of farmers, a wide variety of skills to be successful …from soil management to business planning and marketing.Local Food Experts design and deliver a strong background and working knowledge on farm production, management, marketing, and business operations necessary to operate a small- or large-scale farm, or even a group of farms.


LFE Pioneer the Movement
Since 1990; Hands-on
Experience and Degrees in
Organic Farming

LFE bring together more than 28 years of hands-on farming experience with degrees in organic farming and are passionate about sharing knowledge and experience with others. LFE offer organic farming consultation packages for new and old farms, small and large, specifically tailored to fit individual needs.


The Forces of Nature
Can Help you Farming!

Sustainable food systems need to be bio-intensive; using the maximum of nature forces to grow food!Contrary to usual beliefs, biodynamic farming is less about idealism than it is a pragmatic way of considering the long-term viability of your land and taking a holistic approach to your business.


Our Soil, Air and Water,
Breathe Life and Flavor
Into Our Grapes and Wines

Local Food Experts provide a methodology for a “best practice” model of sustainable guidelines for the vineyard and winery.In this way, consumers are assured that products are made with minimal impact on the natural and social environment


Sustainability Concerns
For the Most Important
Crop of Crete

Consumers are demanding sustainable products and services; “new qualities” need to be added on olive oil, such as environmental protection, social equitability and economic viability.


Drive Awareness-Raising
And Change Within Business,
Individuals and the
Wider Food System

Local Food Experts help building collaborative sustainable food systems (networks) that integrate several components in order to enhance a community’s environmental, economic and social well-being.


Pollinating Insects,
Bees in Particular Are Responsible
For 35% of Our Food Supply…

Eight factors need to be studied, their implications understood, along with the tools identified that are needed to take the necessary steps to guarantee – as far as possible, the sustainability of bee management.