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May 21, 2012

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Events

  • 1 Summer Fun Day
    June 8, 2013
    Phil Hardberger Park West
    8400 N.W. Military Hwy
    San Antonio, TX
    Hosted by San Antonio Sports
  • 2 Doing Food Policy Councils Right
    June 12, 2013
    Full-Day Class by Mark Winne
    TriPoint Center
    3233 N. St. Mary's St.
    San Antonio, TX
    Hosted by Food Policy Council of San Antonio
  • 3 Second Annual Food Conference
    June 13-14, 2013
    "Honor the Land,
    Honor the People"
    TriPoint Center
    3233 N. St. Mary's St.
    San Antonio, TX
    Hosted by Food Policy Council of San Antonio
  • 4 Conference Field Trips
    Register now for conference and field trips

Blogs

  • Red White and Grew
    Local Victory Garden advocate and award-winning blogger, Pamela Price.
  • Food on Grist
    Food-Related posts on the environmental site, Grist.org.
  • La Vida Locavore - Come for the Food, Stay for the Politics
    Lively, informative, provocative blog by Jill Richardson, author of Recipe for America--also recommended.
  • Obama Foodorama
    Following the Obamas' food leadership.
  • thefoodtimes
    Eclectic collection of news and information about "how food affects quality of life, the market and pocketbook, the political landscape and our environment."
  • U.S. Food Policy
    Parke Wilde, a food economist and associate professor at Tufts University in Boston. Tells it like it is.
  • Daily Bread | The Big Money
    Part of Slate's The Big Money, subtitled The Business of Food
  • Natasha Chart
    Designated food blogger for change.org.
  • Civil Eats
    "Promotes critical thought about sustainable agriculture and food systems as part of building economically and socially just communities."
  • Urban farming
    Anne Baker, New Orleans urban farmer, gives great advice suited to our climate