In the face of soaring obesity and hunger rates, socioeconomic decline, and threats of peak soil and peak oil, many communities are making paths to a brighter future by building community food systems that aim to nourish everyone in current and future generations.
Starting April 2011, Food Dignity is a 5-year initiative to trace these paths taken by five US communities and to collaborate in mapping and traveling the most appropriate and effective roads forward for creating sustainable community food systems that build food security.
The Food Dignity team includes dozens of people at three universities, one college, and five community-based organizations. Read more about the Food Dignity team on our Partners page.
Our current working vision is of a society where each community exercises significant control over its food system through radically democratic negotiation, action and learning in ways that nurture all of our people and sustain our land for current and future generations, and where universities and cooperative extension are supportive partners in this process… READ MORE.
Weird Wonderous Wyoming
4 hours ago
very nice page ....easy to 'like' ...thank you for the invite . ...
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East New York Farms!
3 days ago
Everybody benefits from knowing what's in our food. If you live and vote in New York state, encourage your legislators to get bill A617/S485 on the floor for a vote! ...
Right to Know GMO Rally and Lobby Day, Albany, NY - Food & Water Watch
Take action with Food & Water Watch to help keep our food and water safe, clean, and sustainable.
Dig Deep Farms
2 weeks ago
So excited to see our client, Dig Deep Farms, staff member Damien in the Oakland Recycles campaign! Go Damien! ...
We loved working on the Oakland Recycles posters that are now up in Oakland BART stations - let us know if you spot one!
Food Dignity Project
5 months ago
Everyone should check out Feeding Laramie Valley Shares new website! It's beautiful! ...
Feeding Laramie Valley
grassroots community led work for equitable, sustainable food security and sovereignty in Albany County, Wyoming
University of Wyoming
1000 E. University Ave, Dept 3196
Laramie, Wyoming 82071
Phone: 307 399 3247
Fax: 307 766 4098