|Community Food Systems:|
|Growing Power transforms communities by supporting people from diverse backgrounds and the environments in which they live through the development of Community Food Systems. These systems provide high-quality, safe, healthy, affordable food for all residents in the community. Growing Power develops Community Food Centers, as a key component of Community Food Systems, through training, active demonstration, outreach, and technical assistance.|
|Food Routes Web site is a project of FoodRoutes Network a national nonprofit organization that provides communications tools, technical support, networking and information resources to organizations nationwide that are working to rebuild local, community-based food systems.|
|City Farmer Info teaches people how to grow food in the city, compost their waste and take care of their home landscape in an environmentally responsible way.|
|City Farmer's Urban Agriculture Notes with hundreds of pages of information about city farming. Extensive search engine.|
|American Community Gardening Association is a bi-national nonprofit membership organization of professionals, volunteers and supporters of community greening in urban and rural communities. With Info on starting or joining a community garden. Join Listserv to ask questions.|
|US Dept of Agriculture's Community Food Page. For general resources and information on community food systems scroll down this page. For specific topics and resources go to: Eating in a Community Food System, Food Entrepreneurship, Community Food Systems Research, Additional Resources.|
|Our Water Our World resources to assist in managing home and garden pests in a way that helps protect Our Water Our World. Fun site, safe alternatives.|
|Community Supported Agriculture:
|USDA's Community Supported Agriculture page.|
|Robyn Van En Community Supported Agriculture Center provides a national resource center about Community Supported Agriculture for people across the nation and around the world. The Robyn Van En Center also offers outreach and works to gain publicity about CSA farms in order to benefit community farmers and consumers everywhere. Directory.|
|Community Supported Agriculture- Find a CSA Farm near you:|
|Local Harvest. Search by zip. A CSA season typically runs from late spring through early fall. The number of CSAs in the United States was estimated at 50 in 1990, and has since grown to over 2000.|
|Rodale Institute. Farm Locator. Search CSAs under market type.|
|Eat Well Guide. Search CSA under keyword.|
|Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association. Lists CSAs by State.|
|USDA Farmer's Market Info Page.|
|USDA Farmer's Market Search Page. Find a Farmer's Market near your home.|
|Community Food Security Coalition's North American Urban Agriculture Committee's Primer "Urban Agriculture and Community Food Security in the United States: Farming from the City Center to the Urban Fringe" PDF.|
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