Hungry for More?

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<a href=”/issues/2000_102/features/1568-1.html”>Slow is Beautiful (and delicious)</a>
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<a href=”/issues/2000_102/features/1569-1.html”>
<b>Organic Vs. Local</b>
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<b>Three Scenarios for the Future of America’s Food</b>
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<b>Agriculture’s Next Frontier</b>
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<a href=”/issues/2000_102/features/1572-1.html”>Havana’s Homegrown Revolution</a>
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<a href=”/issues/2000_102/features/1573-1.html”>The Edible Schoolyard</a>
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<a href=”/issues/2000_102/features/1574-1.html”>Hungry For More?</a>
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<b>Center for Urban Agriculture</b>
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Its on-farm programs demonstrate the economic viability of small farm operations and the connections between food, land, and community well being.<br />
805/683-2001</p>
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<b>Community Food Security Coalition</b>
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Promotes community-based solutions to hunger, poor nutrition, and the globalization of the food system.<br />
310/822-5410<br />
<a href=”http://www.foodsecurity.org/” target=”new”>www.foodsecurity.org</a>
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<b>Edible Schoolyard</b>
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Plants organic gardens on school grounds to nourish the most neglected schoolroom: the cafeteria.<br />
510/558-1335<br />
<a href=”http://www.edibleschoolyard.org/” target=”new”>www.edibleschoolyard.org</a>
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<b>Food First</b>
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A think tank committed to establishing food as a fundamental human right.<br />
510/654-4400<br />
<a href=”http://www.foodfirst.org/” target=”new”>www.foodfirst.org</a>
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<b>Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy</b>
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Promotes family farms, rural communities and healthy ecosystems around the world.<br />
612/870-0453<br />
<a href=”http://www.iatp.org/” target=”new”>www.iatp.org</a>
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<b>Local Harvest</b>
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Great online resource for finding food grown near your home.<br />
<a href=”http://www.localharvest.org/” target=”new”>www.localharvest.org</a>
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<b>Slow Food</b>
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An international movement celebrating the joy of eating.<br />
Box 1737<br />
New York, NY 10021<br />
877/756-9366<br />
<a href=”http://www.slowfood.com/” target=”new”>www.slowfood.com</a>
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<b>Genetically Engineered Food: A Self-Defense Guide for Consumers</b>
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by Ronnie Cummins and Ben Lilliston (Marlowe & Company, 2000) A guide to the ethical, environmental, and health arguments against genetically engineered food. Provides a comprehensive resource list of books, organizations, and Web sites about organic food, community supported agriculture, farmers’ markets, community gardens, and more.</p>
<p>Discuss Slow Food, organic vs. local, and the future of agriculture at the Cafe Utne Globe conference: <a href=”https://www.utne.com/salon.aspx”>www.utne.com/salon.aspx</a>
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