Take a photo of urban production or rural consumption that might inspire the community - simply tag the image with production or consumption accordingly. Sketch a map or diagram that shows the journey your food takes from producer to your plate.
The veggie box schemes are everywhere. The North East of England where I live has beautiful countryside and farms. In the veggie box scheme you get fresh veggies delivered each week along with milk,eggs. No need to lug groceries from the supermarket!
A worldwide NETWORK of farmers' markets respecting the SLOW FOOD philosophy.
COMMUNITY-run markets that strengthen local food networks.
Quality food you can TRUST, bought directly from the producers.
Fair prices for both consumers and producers.
Carrotmobs are flash mobs where people gather to buy as much as possible from one shop for a day to give a shopowner a financial benefit which enables him for example to buy less energyconsuming fridges.
Helping my 6 year old daughter to realise her charity fundraising idea has taken me to my local Farmers Market each week – & I was struck by the positive energy and interactions taking place. It is so much more than a place to stock up on provisions
And suddenly I remembered this brilliant food blog. Clotilde Dusolier lives the internetminded foodie's dream: she started a food blog as a hobby, and now is a full-time and celebrated food writer. And, she connects local food suppliers with her fans
Artist Tattfoo developed the Nature Matching System as a reminder to consume your daily recommended doses of color. A great way to realize what food diversity is there to eat & enjoy! Dutch proverb: What the farmer doesn't recognize, he doesn't e
Source map is great for this! it is easy, free. and you can even add video from people at crops, farms, or cooking, etc. Used for all kind of products. Brilliant for food too!
"The Centre for Indigenous Peoples' Nutrition and Environment (CINE) is an independent, multi-disciplinary research and education resource for Indigenous Peoples, created by Canada's Aboriginal leaders." Located at McGill University.