A long but by no means exhaustive list I’ve compiled of books to help you learn more about why and how to eat in a more healthy, sustainable fashion. Includes my top three recommendations.
Compiled by the Alabama Sustainable Agriculture Network.
This comes from the Fairhope Local Food Production Initiative.
Recipes and meal ideas from this blog that use local food.
From the Environmental Working Group comes this thorough analysis of lifecycle impacts of the various proteins in our diets. You can look through the collection of information and resources on their site, or download a PDF copy of their At-a-Glance Brochure.
Created by Bill Finch and the Mobile Press-Register, this indispensable circular chart tells you everything you need to know about planting, harvesting, and garden tasks along the Gulf Coast. (PDF download from the Press-Register site)
The Environmental Working Group publishes their Dirty Dozen/Clean Fifteen guide to helps consumers easily identify the produce which is most beneficial to buy organic.
Your legislators need to know about your views on our food system, health, nutrition, and food safety. Here’s how to contact them.
Whet your appetite with a variety of food-themed wallpaper for your computer.