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Growing Food

Don Bustos, Traditional Farmer

Video
Posted April 2, 2012

Don Bustos produces food on the same land in New Mexico that his ancestors have farmed for 300 years

Malik Yakini, Detroit Food Justice Activist

Video
Posted April 2, 2012

is changing the way Detroiters think about food, where it comes from and who profits from its sale.

The Future of the Fish Sandwich

By Paul Greenberg
Posted December 16, 2011

Jim Goodman to Occupy Wall Street: "I'm trying to feed you. The corporations won't let me."

Posted December 7, 2011

Jim Goodman makes the connection between corporate greed and what's for dinner at Occupy Wall Street

Gardening: A Subersive Plot

Posted November 11, 2011

Roger Doiron gives a TEDx talk about the power and necessity of the garden

Field of Teens

By Fred Bahnson
Posted November 2, 2011

In North Carolina, a rural community garden grows into something unexpected: A cure for the unhealthy teenager.

The African American food culture of Harris County, GA

By Kelvin Graddick
Posted November 2, 2011

A sense of pride in eating the fruits of our own labor and tradition is part of the reason why the Black food culture of Harris County has stood the test of time.

To Market, To Market

By Don Bustos
Posted November 2, 2011

Are modern policies and practices driving out the most traditional farmers and ranchers?

Seeding Hope For the Future

Posted September 28, 2011

In seed saving season, Winona LaDuke is a champion for tradition

Seeking Social Justice in Food and Farming

By Don Bustos
Posted August 8, 2011

Meet the Fellows

Nina Kahori Fallenbaum

Nina Kahori Fallenbaum, the food and agriculture editor of Hyphen magazine, uses independent media to engage Asian American communities in local and national food policy.

Ideas in focus

Cultivating Leadership and Equity in the Food Movement

April 2013

The IATP Food and Community Fellows Program is coming to an end, but it's springtime for our work growing equity in the food system and cultivating diverse leadership in the movement.

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