A list of organizations that share our goal of accessible locally grown food

I am really encouraged when I think about how many people are supportive of growing food locally and making it easily accessible to everyone. Here is a list of groups I believe support that goal.

Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks

http://www.bgozarks.org

Fayetteville Community Garden Coalition http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Fayetteville-Community-Garden-Coalition/99993203236?ref=ts

Ozark Slow Food

http://www.ozarkslowfood.org

Ozark Natural Foods

http://www.ozarknaturalfoods.com

Omni Center for Peace, Justice, and Ecology

http://www.omnicenter.org/

Teen Leadership Corps Omni—they have decided to focus on locally grown food.

http://www.facebook.com/search/?q=ozark+natural+foods&init=quick#!/group.php?v=wall&ref=ts&gid=120068838039

Green Faith Alliance

http://www.facebook.com/?sk=messages&tid=1236087064621#!/group.php?v=wall&ref=mf&gid=141192352583

Southern Sustainable Agricultural Working Group

http://www.ssawg.org/

Omni Vegetarian Potluck Club

http://www.facebook.com/search/?q=ozark+natural+foods&init=quick#!/group.php?gid=59456433820

Fayetteville Farmers Market

http://www.fayettevillefarmersmarket.org/

Greenhouse Grille

http://www.greenhousegrille.com

Appleseeds

http://appleseedsinc.org/

Attra: National Sustainable Agricultural Information Service

http://attra.ncat.org/

City of Fayetteville

www.accessfayetteville.org

Students for Ron Paul

http://www.facebook.com/CallingGlory#!/group.php?gid=12221065098&ref=ts

Green Drinks NWA

http://www.facebook.com/CallingGlory#!/group.php?gid=65883785779&ref=ts

St. Pauls Episcopal Church

http://www.stpaulsfay.org/

Fayetteville Community Exchange

www.fayettevillecommunityexchange.org

SAF Community garden
http://www.facebook.com/events/edit/index.php?new&gid=351332703230&step=2&eid=381543326418#!/profile.php?id=100000498322856

– bentonville/rodgers/springdale/farmers’ markets

– – city governments including springdale, Bentonville,

Resources

Great resource to help churches determine if they should start a community garden

http://flourishonline.org/2010/02/extending-the-front-porch-is-your-church-ready-for-a-garden-2/

Neighborhood Supported Agriculture in Boulder—a fantastic model to duplicate

http://www.communityrootsboulder.com/

A group we can learn from

http://sitkalocalfoodsnetwork.org/

A neighborhood based urban farm network in Austin–

http://www.urbanpatchwork.org/

Idea for Community Garden and church

http://www.farmanddairy.com/news/ohio-church-serves-god-community-with-small-scale-urban-gardening/12476.html

Farmers Garden—connecting people with locally grown food

http://www.thefarmersgarden.com/

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