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Blog/online publication that promotes critical thought about sustainable agriculture and food systems as part of building economically and socially just communities. Supports the development of a dialogue among local and national leaders about the American food system and its effects abroad. Civil Eats can be humorous, serious, academic, philosophical, conversational-its style of conversation is as diverse as its forty-plus contributors-but it is always thought-provoking and innovative. This is... read more >>
PO Box 7321Tacoma, WA 98417
Supports farmers who raise their livestock on pasture from birth to market and who actively promote the welfare of their animals and the health of the land. Provides comprehensive, accurate information about the benefits of raising animals on pasture and links to local farms (listed by state) that sell grass-fed products: beef, lamb, goats, bison, poultry, pork, dairy, and other wild edibles. This is a website to use if you want to find grass-fed meat raised close to home.
1829 NE Alberta, Suite 5Portland, OR 97211
Certifies farms, ranches, and food handlers for sustainable agriculture practices. The only major certification program for food produced with good environmental practices, humane treatment of animals, and fair working conditions for farm workers. Certified products include meats, eggs, dairy, mushrooms, grains, legumes, a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, and prepared products made with these certified ingredients. Offers a practical, credible, and effective way for farmers, ranchers, and... read more >>
33 Brighton Belle, 2 Stroudley RoadBrighton BN1 4ZB
We believe everyone has the right to healthy, sustainable, affordable food. We're challenging the food industry to put People BEFORE Profit!
PO Box 1292Santa Cruz, CA 95061
Maintains a nationwide directory of small farms, farmers' markets, and other local food sources. Search engine provides information on products from family farms and local sources of sustainably grown food, encouraging consumers to establish direct contact with small farms in their area. Online store helps small farms develop markets for some of their products beyond their local area.
PO Box 256Lummi Island, WA 98262
Cooperative of local fishermen in northern Washington state who fish in Puget Sound and in Alaska. They catch fish only in fisheries that are designated sustainably managed and are a great source of wild-caught salmon, cod, halibut, and other species. This is the cooperative we connected with for our Ann Arbor wild salmon buying club.
886 Cannery RowMonterey, CA 93940
Use this website to learn more about the kinds of fish and seafood to select if you want to support sustainable fisheries and avoid eating species that are being overfished or raised in ways that are environmentally harmful. Offers regional guides and even an iPhone app to help you with these decisions about consuming seafood.
2407 N Spaulding AveChicago, IL 60647
Slow Food Chicago is an educational non-profit with the goal of creating a world in which everyone can enjoy food that is good, clean and fair. Slow Food represents a growing movement of over 100,000 members world-wide and 18,000 members nationally, including over 3,000 supporters in the Chicago area. We seek fulfillment of our mission by: 1) Connecting eaters to the Chicago region’s biodiverse and sustainable producers through organizational partnerships, publications, and social events. 2)... read more >>
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