January 12, 2009
(photo of the excellent book fatal harvest, from the chapter where they talk about CSAs)
i find myself getting more and more into food/farm books/issues. here are some good links i've come across lately:
civil eats "promotes critical thought about sustainable agriculture and food systems as part of building economically and socially just communities." (i also love their logo.)
local harvest is a great place to find sustainable farms and CSAs near you.
organic consumers association is a politically-focused site that posts great articles (from various sources). their millions against monsanto page is super informative and important. you can watch the documentary, the world according to monsanto here. i have only watched part of it, but that part was chilling and infuriating.
and finally, some action! if you are interested in getting america to move toward a more sustainable agriculture, you can sign a petition to get some good folks in beneath the agriculture secretary: food democracy now's sustainable dozen.
(cross-posted on mecozy)