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201 Thorne Hall1680 Madison Ave.Wooster, OH 44691
Provides opportunities for those involved in research, teaching, and outreach from different disciplines and different institutions to interact, discuss, and develop whole systems approaches to the challenges affecting the food system. Fosters an ecological approach to agriculture, linking together social, biological, and engineering sciences to provide a foundation for innovative processes and projects. This university-based program research and develops solutions through collaboration among... read more >>
1867 N. Galena Rd.Sunbury, OH 43074
A national publication focused on ideas, farming practices, and appropriate technology related to the needs of the small farmer and family farms with the goal of improving the profitability of the small farm operation.
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A comprehensive and up-to-date compilation of information resources for new, experienced, and potential farmers, as well as educators, activists, and policy makers interested in the development of new farm enterprises. Through core resource pages and frequent blog postings, provides a robust and constantly growing forum for sharing information and ideas about starting new farms, as well as other content related to sustainable agriculture and food systems.
578 Heady HallAmes, IA 50011
Conducts public policy and economic research on agricultural, environmental, and food issues. Combines academic excellence with engagement to inform through publications, policy briefs, and presentations.
1535 Observatory Dr.Madison, WI 53706
Sustainable agriculture research center at the University of Wisconsin produces publications, research briefs, reports, enterprise budgets, and other resources for farmers and food-related businesses. The center's goal is to develop and share the knowledge about how different integrated farming systems can contribute to environmental, economic, social, and intergenerational sustainability.
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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 >>
7415 Humboldt Ave. S.Minneapolis, MN 55423
A nonprofit organization that analyzes the economic impact of local food economies and helps communities fashion a food system that responds to local needs. Offers a variety of tools, including state-of-the-art technical information, consulting on business strategy, and community investment options. Ken Meter, who founded and leads Crossroads Center, is one of the first people I turn to when thinking through ways to express the economic impact of local and regional food systems.
215 Lexington Ave., Suite 1001New York, NY 10016
Free online directory of fresh, locally grown, and sustainably produced food in the United States and Canada. Listings include family farms, restaurants, farmers' markets, grocery stores, community-supported agriculture programs, U-pick orchards, and more. You can search by location, keyword, category, or product to find good food, download customized guides, or plan a trip with the innovative mapping tool, Eat Well Everywhere.
369 Montezuma Ave., Suite 577Santa Fe, NM 87501
Creates editorially rich, community-based, local-foods publications in distinct culinary regions throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. Connects consumers with family farmers, growers, chefs, and food artisans through publications, supporting websites, and events. Individuals who own publications are local-foods advocates and residents of the communities in which they publish-a business model that preserves the integrity of member publications and the communities they serve.... read more >>
116 W. 4th St, PO Box 334Cedar Falls, IA 50613
Farmers' Markets Today magazine was created in 2004 to provide information, inspiration and ideas to market growers and small farmers and ranchers who sell their products directly, to farmers market managers who provide a sales outlet for direct marketing activities, and to organizations that support and promote local food systems and sustainable food production.
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