Food Resilience Action for Family and Community: Organizations

Food Series Organizations

Taking stock of local food resilience organizations, we can include non profits, small business, companies, associations, municipal, state and federal agencies and even hobby groups. A recent food study can provide an integrated perspective. Where to start? Invite a friend and attend an event, public meeting, or volunteer. Start with an interest, what tugs to be discovered?

“If you’re not in a conspiracy, then go start one.” ~ Catherine Austin Fitts

As an example: in Austin, Texas, the Sustainable Food Center supports food resilience significantly supporting individuals, families, farmers, markets, grocers, and the community at large. Many touch points are available to participants all over the city.
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