A compilation of web sites mentioned in ours, and other informative and helpful web sites links.
Please email us if you want us to include a reciprocal link to this page, and if you have a resource that would be valuable to our visitors, and we will review your request.
Joanna Crell — Willowind Therapeutic Riding Center
Michael Dowling — Medicine Wheel Productions
Didi Emmons — Haley House
Vijali Hamilton — World Wheel: Global Peace through the Arts
Christopher Lane's Noraz Poets Page
Vernon Mesayesva — Interview with NRDC
Lily Yeh — Barefoot Artists
Red Rock Springs Farmers Market
160 Portal Lane, Sedona, AZ
Map to Sedona Farmers Market
Flagstaff Farmers Market 928-774-4500
1901 N 4th St
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Boston Schoolyard Initiative: The weaving together of community development, educational innovation, and environmental stewardship is strengthening the fabric of our city’s neighborhoods and empowering its residents.
The Edible Schoolyard, in collaboration with Martin Luther King Junior Middle School, provides urban public school students with a one-acre organic garden and a kitchen classroom.
Eco-schools Eco-Schools is a program for environmental management and certification, and sustainable development education, for schools.
Life Lab Science Program has been working in the field of science and environmental education for over twenty-eight years.
Kids Gardening Organization — Helping Young Minds Grow
Boston Schoolyard Initiative, an Outdoor Classroom Site
Joseph Kiefer in Vermont (interviewed in our video on Gardeners of the Spirit) integrating youth gardens into schools & communities: Cultivating Community Food Security Food Works at Two Rivers Center. They address the root causes of childhood hunger by returning students and their communities back to the land through hands-on food and gardening educational opportunities.
Project Food, Land & People promotes approaches to learning to help people better understand the interrelationships among agriculture, the environment and people of the world.
Local Harvest CSA - US local listings for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
Cultivating Community Food Security: Food Works at Two Rivers Center
Action for Nature — Encouraging young people to take personal action to nurture and protect a healthy environment on which all life depends.
Community Food Security Coalition — CFSC is dedicated to building strong, sustainable, local and regional food systems that ensure access to affordable, nutritious, and culturally appropriate food for all people at all times.
How Far Does Your Food Travel? A chart in PDF format
Fair Companies Sustainable News: The Embodied Energy in Your Food
Local Eating for Global Change: The 100 Mile Diet
Arizona's Food and Farming Advocate Gary Nabhan's web site
Sustainable Agriculture — The Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture with many articles.
Just Food: works to increase access to fresh, healthy food in NYC and to support the local farms and urban gardens that grow it. An inspiration for other local urban gardens!
Seedsavers Exchange non-profit organization that saves and shares the heirloom seeds or our garden heritage, forming a living legacy that can be passed down through generations.
Seeds of Change helps bio-diversity and promote sustainable, organic agriculture by cultivating and disseminating an extensive range of open-pollinated, organically grown, heirloom and traditional vegetable, flower and herb seeds.
Institute of Eco-Tourism IET — Promoting and Supporting Sustainable Tourism and Environmental Education
Sedona Recycles — Sedona Recycles is dedicated to public education and to demonstrating responsible resource recovery. With full community participation, we will promote and provide opportunities to reduce, reuse and recycle.
Plants In Motion Time-lapse photography that shows how plants grow and change.
A Resource Guide to Flower Pollination. Lots of Teachers' Resources included.
Garden Forever: Gardening for people of all ages, abilities and lifestyles. Links to useful articles, tips and tools.
Links compiled by Sustainable Urban Gardens
National Gardening Association (NGA), founded in 1973, is a nonprofit leader in plant-based education.
Gary Nabham — many books on local foods, culture, and habitat. Website.
Francis Moore-Lappé — Yes: Diet for a Small Planet! Frances and her daughter have been very involved and active in the food, ecology and sustainability field. Check out her Small Planet Institute's website with lots of books and resources.
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