Favorite Resources

Here are some of my favorite resources.  It’s a list in progress.

Practically Green is a tool that guides you in taking steps to incorporate Earth friendly changes into your daily life.  It’s my go to when I want to make a change but am unsure how to implement it.  What I love about Practically Green is that it doesn’t overwhelm me or make me feel like a failure. Instead it applauds my efforts and makes me feel like a success for any change I make, no matter how small.

The Conscious Kitchen by Jessica Zissu educated me about the questions I needed to be asking.  It’s a great, non-intimidating read that propelled my quest forward.

Food Rules by Michael Pollan is a fun book and his website has a several helpful links.

Food Democracy Now! is a grassroots advocacy group whose mission it is to protect our natural environment, sustains farmers and nourishes families by building a sustainable food system.

Millions Against Monsanto leads the California 2012 ballot initiative to label GMOs.  The site not only outlines the ballot initiative but also Monsanto’s government ties, stranglehold on the biotech industry and the lobbying powerhouse it is.

Cornucopia Institute is an education and research group that supports sustainable and organic agriculture.  It provides information to consumers, family farmers and the media.


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