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National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition (NSAC)
Marion Nestle's Food Politics Blog
Falk College of Sport & Human Dyanamics Librarian
Library Resources for Food Studies
Use the tabs above to find some of the best resources for the Food Studies program available exclusively to SU faculty and students through our Library subscriptions.
Guerrilla Gardening & Food Justice
Historical Context Corner
Useful reports from the past come in old formats. AskUs how to access microfilm! This is still a hot topic today. Digging deeply into the past will give context.
Farmers Market Legal Tool Kit
The Farmers Market Legal Toolkit includes legal resources, best practice recommendations, and case studies for market leaders on selecting and enhancing business structures, accepting SNAP benefits, and managing common risks.
The international Nyéléni newsletter is the voice of the international movement for Food Sovereignty. Its main goal is to strengthen the grassroots of the movement, by providing accessible material on key issues and creating a space - for individuals and organisations involved in the struggle - to exchange their experiences and share information.
When farmers and attorneys share knowledge, the entire local food system moves forward. Farm Commons fosters the discussions and connections that build a strong legal backbone for our community.
Oxtales: Oxford Food Symposium Podcast
Celebrates, explores, and shares food research by scholars, enthusiastic amateurs, writers and chefs from around the world
After contact, Indigenous foodways and knowledge were devastated, destroyed and replaced with foods that are far from the people. Andi Murphy, a Navajo radio producer, talks to chefs and foodies about what Indigenous cuisine is, where it comes from, where it’s headed and how it’s used to connect to their origins and traditions.