A Tale of Two Supermarkets: One Transition Town’s Efforts to Respond to Gentrification
Sarah Byrnes and Jeanette Origel, Institute for Policy Studies, May 19, 2015
It takes much more than one project or policy to address gentrification; it takes a movement.
Interactive Factory Farm Map
Food and Water Watch, May 2015
Take a look at Food and Water Watch’s newest Factory Farm Map to see where there are factory farms near you and what you can do to stop them.
Healthy Food in Your Community: A Toolkit for Policy Change
Union of Concerned Scientists, October 2014
Learn how to navigate the food policy system and join in efforts to make healthy, affordable food part of your community’s landscape.
Double Up Food Bucks: 5-Year Report
Fair Food Network, August 2014
This program grew from a small pilot in Detroit to a statewide success story that supported more than 200,000 low-income families and more than 1,000 farmers in 2013 alone.
“Our Food is Dishonestly Priced”
By Michael Pollen, Truthout, Jan. 26, 2014
The Food Movement’s next goal is justice for food workers. Genetic Engineering, Food, and Our Environment By Luke Anderson The ideal book about genetic engineering for the general reader. It’s short, clear, easy to understand and gives you all the basic information you need to know.
“The Healthy Farmland Diet”
The Union of Concerned Scientists, 2013
Eating healthier food would not only be good for our bodies; it would also improve the health of our farmland, our environment and our rural communities.
“The Surprising Connection Between Food and Fracking”
Tom Philpott, Mother Jones, Jan. 30, 2013
As more of the United States’ natural gas supply comes from fracking, more of the nitrogen fertilizer farmers use will come from fracked natural gas.
“What India Taught Me About How to End Hunger”
Frances Moore Lappe, Yes! Magazine, Jan. 29, 2013
Back in the ’60s, Frances Moore Lappé realized that hunger is caused by a scarcity of democracy, not food. Then, a collective of courageous women farmers showed her how to change that.
“Detroit’s Good Food Cure”
Larry Gabriel, Yes! Magazine, Sept. 6, 2012
What happens when the Motor City transforms itself into the capital of grow-your-own food?
“Food Security and Economic Justice: A Faith-Based Study Guide”
National Catholic Rural Life Conference, 2011
This study guide offers a Catholic reflection on hunger and poverty and a call to action and justice.
Doug Gurian-Sherman, Union of Concerned Scientists, April 2008
This report analyzes both the policies that have facilitated the growth of CAFOs (confined animal feeding operations) and the enormous costs they impose on society.
“Just Eating? Practicing Our Faith at the Table”
Jennifer Halteman Schrock, Presbyterian Church USA, 2006
Designed for high school students and adults, the curriculum aims to bring daily eating habits, the Christian faith and the “needs of the broader world” into dialogue.
Free Range Graphics, 2003
The Meatrix, a humorous flash-animation parody of The Matrix, features Moopheus, a shadowy cow character in sunglasses and trench coat, and Leo, a happy pig living on a small family farm.
The Meatrix II: Revolting
Free Range Graphic, 2006
The Meatrix II introduces a new twist – the ugly truth about how factory dairy farm animals are raised, what they eat and their horrendous living conditions.
Watch Your Foodometer
Molly Schwartz and Donna Schaper, The Nation, June 25, 2007
Video artist Molly Schwartz traces how far food travels from field to fork. Donna Schaper offers a meditation on fast food and slow.
Free Range Studios
This exclusive Web short film parodies the classic movie Star Wars to useful information about buying locally grown organic food, in an entertaining and light-hearted format.
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