Our Favourite Blogs:
Here's an compendium of links to Beyond Factory Farming's favourite offerings from the blogosphere:
The Green Fork is a blog put together by the people behind the Eat Well Guide which promotes community-based sustainable practices for the production and consumption of food, water and energy.
The New Resilient is meant to spark dialogue and bring resources on food policy and the public economy together.
Trevor Herriot is a prairie naturalist who writes books, essays, and radio documentaries about the intersection of culture and nature on the northern Great Plains.
Amy Jo Ehman shares her knowledge of the bounty of Saskatchewan and aims to inspire you to eat local.
Nelson, BC resident Jon Steinman is the man behind Deconstructing Dinner- a radio program created to dispense and discuss current food issues. The program assists listeners in making more educated choices when purchasing food either for the kitchen or at restaurants.
Raj Patel's blog, Stuffed and Starved, expands his thoughts on food, hunger, and globalization which have also appeared in a number of US and international news sources, including the Los Angeles Times and The Guardian.
Food First, the Institute for Food and Development Policy, is dedicated to eliminating the injustices that cause hunger.
Foodies is a television program serving up recipes that will inspire everyone’s inner ‘foodie’. Host, Lesia Burlak, demonstrates easy to prepare meals – using basic, fresh ingredients purchased locally.
Tom the Butcher is the work of Tom Mylan, the main butcher for Marlow and Daughters in Williamsburg, Brooklyn- New York City's first and only all-local butcher shop. An irreverent and, well, colourfully written blog.