GRACE Projects

We highlight the connections among food, water and energy, promoting a sustainable future through our projects including:

Sustainable Table Eat Well Guide The Meatrix Water Footprint Calculator Power Plants Kill Fish Nexus: Food, Water and Energy Ecocentric Blog


Ecocentric Blog Posts

This Week in Eco News - October 2, 2015

Looking into the connections between parts of complex food, water and energy systems can yield eye-opening and important results. This week’s Eco News features this type of research. There are stories of how important immigrants are to milk production, the outcome of massive herbicide use and a look at cities bearing the costs having clean water. Learn about these items + more!

2015 River Network River Heroes: Jennifer Pitt

In this week’s installment of Our Heroes, we talk with Jennifer Pitt of the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), one of River Network’s 2015 River Heroes. Pitt manages EDF’s efforts on the Colorado River to protect and restore the river’s delta. In 2014, she helped bring water to the Delta for the first time in five decades.

Real Food Right Now and How to Cook It: Pawpaw

The woods of North America are a veritable cornucopia of food - plenty of it really yummy. A great example is the pawpaw, America’s largest indigenous fruit! With a tropical taste, a variety of culinary uses and a large range, it’s a shame that pawpaws aren’t a snack staple. Go out and get a hold of one of these super local fruits!


Eat Well Guide
On the future of food
 Water Footprint Calculator
Our Heroes
The Meatrix for explore
Meatless Monday
Aqua video
Real Food