American Livestock Breeds Conservancy (ALBC)
The Arc of Taste is an international catalog of over 200 delicious foods in danger of extinction.
Articles by or about Gary Nabhan
Books by Gary Nabhan
The Chefs Collaborative is a national chef network that’s changing the sustainable food landscape using the power of connections, education and responsible buying decisions.
Cleveland Urban Agriculture Incubator Projects
Community Food Security Coalition
Interactive map of Disappearing Foods: Encouraging a Comeback
Eat Local Challenge is a group blog focusing on the importance of eating locally and sustainably grown food.
Ecological Farming Association
Edible Communities Publications a network of local food publications interested in keeping up to date on the latest local food news
Farm to Family Connection
Farm to Table
Farmers markets in Australia
Farmers markets in Canada
Farmers markets in the U.K.
Farmers markets in the U.S.
Fishwatch, put out by NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Service, provides relevant data to help people make informed decisions about the seafood they eat.
Food & Agriculture Organization (of the United Nations)
Food Security Learning Center
Green Chefs, Blue Ocean: A comprehensive, interactive online sustainable seafood training program and resource center.
International Society for Ecology and Culture
IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
Localharvest.org is a U.S. nationwide directory of small farms, farmers markets, and other local food sources. The site also lists growers and producers of foods on Slow Food’s Arc of Taste
National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition
Native Seeds/SEARCH conserves, distributes and documents the adapted and diverse varieties of agricultural seeds, their wild relatives and the role these seeds play in cultures of the American Southwest and northwest Mexico.
People’s Coalition on Food Sovereignty
Renewing America’s Food Traditions Alliance (RAFT)
Seven “Rs” of RAFT:
Recognizing which place-based foods are most at risk.
Recovering their species, varieties, stocks, or populations.
Restoring their habitats in both wild and agricultural landscapes.
Rescuing and passing on local traditional knowledge about their stewardship and cultural uses.
Recuperating markets and local infrastructures to support their production.
Rewarding and actively supporting the original stewards of these resources with market-based incentives, recognition of their “farmers’ rights” or “foragers’ rights,” and cross-cultural reinforcement.
Reducing or altogether eliminating contamination, both chemical and genetic.
Slow Food International
South Asian Network for Social and Agricultural Development
Status of U.S. Fisheries
Sustainable Table celebrates local sustainable food, educates consumers on food-related issues and works to build community through food.
Start with our introduction or jump right in and get involved!
Terra Madre is an international network of food producers, cooks, educators and students from 150 countries who are united by a common goal of global sustainability in food.
True Food Network
University of Gastronomic Sciences
Video clips from the Terra Madre Conference and Salone del Gusto International Slow Food fair held in Italy in October.
World Watch Institute Paper #163: Home Grown: The Case For Local Food In A Global Market
The Youth Food Movement is a network of young farmers, cooks, artisans, activists and students that are actively changing the future of food and farming.