The 100 mile diet is just one way to practice a locavore approach. There are several different ways to look at the locavore concept.
Articles: local food systems (35)
Like many Transition, and other changemaking initiatives around the world, Transition Town Peterborough (TTP) has been giving some serious thought to how it might scale up its impacts.
Everyone needs to eat, but not everyone has access to food.
To feed growing cities we need to stop urban sprawl eating up our food supply
In the new industry of food hubs, a report details the bright outlook for those involved. This is good news for farmer’s markets and food hubs across the country...
In these turbulent times, we need to make our food supply systems more resilient. Producing and distributing food on the local level could help us weather disruptions of all kinds.
Is a clash of priorities between sufficiency and subsistence, on one hand, and economic growth and ‘consumerism’, on the other, implicit to the challenges of taking green and local food seriously?
When asked what a good food system looks like, Alward says, “I think it’s one filled with information. The most effective tool is information. Let the consumers decide.” To this end, the company emphasizes transparent labeling that not only identifies both product and producer, …
Buying local these days can be difficult, as most of the food in supermarkets travels thousands of miles.
Food Stamps Are Worth Double at These Michigan Farmers Markets—Helping Families and Local Businesses
A program that helps low-income families and local farmers.