Hungry for More?

Resources you can sink your teeth into


| November/December 2000


Slow is Beautiful (and delicious)

Organic Vs. Local

Three Scenarios for the Future of America's Food

Agriculture's Next Frontier

Havana's Homegrown Revolution

The Edible Schoolyard

Hungry For More?

Center for Urban Agriculture
Its on-farm programs demonstrate the economic viability of small farm operations and the connections between food, land, and community well being.
805/683-2001

Community Food Security Coalition
Promotes community-based solutions to hunger, poor nutrition, and the globalization of the food system.
310/822-5410
www.foodsecurity.org

Edible Schoolyard
Plants organic gardens on school grounds to nourish the most neglected schoolroom: the cafeteria.
510/558-1335
www.edibleschoolyard.org

Food First
A think tank committed to establishing food as a fundamental human right.
510/654-4400
www.foodfirst.org

Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy
Promotes family farms, rural communities and healthy ecosystems around the world.
612/870-0453
www.iatp.org

Local Harvest
Great online resource for finding food grown near your home.
www.localharvest.org






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