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The Blue Planet Project is an international effort begun b the Council of Canadians to protect the world’s fresh water from the growing threats of trade and privatization.

Chef’s Collaborative is a national organization that promotes sustainably raised, locally grown, artisan food. Membership is open to anyone interested in the interconnectedness of the environment and food choices.

Take the Footprint Quiz to find out how big a footprint you make upon the earth.

The 600,000 member strong, grassroots nonprofit public interest group deals with crucial issues of food safety, industrial agriculture, genetic engineering, corporate accountability, and environmental sustainability. It is focused exclusively on representing the views and interests of the estimated ten million organic consumers in the U.S.

Founded by Carlos Petrini in Italy in 1986, Slow Food is an open-membership international association that promotes food and wine culture, but it also defends food and agricultural biodiversity worldwide. It includes over 83,000 members worldwide, with offices in Italy, Germany, Switzerland, the U.S., France, Japan, and Great Britain.

The USDA Agricultural Marketing Service offers a state-by-state listing of local farmers markets.

Founded in 1974, the Worldwatch Institute offers a unique blend of interdisciplinary research, global focus, and accessible writing that has made it a leading source of information on the interactions among key environmental, social, and economic trends.

This is a binational nonprofit membership organization of professionals, volunteers, and supporters working toward community greening in urban and rural communities.

Heritage Foods USA exists to promote genetic diversity, small family farms, and a fully traceable food supply.

NS/S works to preserve knowledge ablout the traditional uses of the crops we steward. Through research, seed distribution, and community outreach, NS/S seeks to protect biodiversity and to celebrate cultural diversity. You can also order seeds for growing traditional Tohono O’odham tribal foods.

The Future of Food, a feature-length documentary offering an in-depth investigation into the disturbing truth behind the unlabeled, patented, genetically engineered foods that have quietly filled U.S. grocery shelves for the past decade.

This popular magazine focuses on vegetarian concerns, offering its over 100,000 readers up-to-date information on living a compassionate and healthy lifestyle.

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