Each summer, like thousands of other music lovers, a few friends and I travel to see our favorite bands play. In the spirit of peace and love, we gather to celebrate the community music creates, but what many don’t realize is the toll such gatherings can can take on the environment.
In which our resident home brew hobbyist and clean water advocate argues that craft beers strengthen communities and explores some characteristics (most of which also apply to the good food movement) of the better beer movement, particularly as it concerns local production and consumption.
Earth-friendly gifts can include upcycling and regifting, as well as non-consumables like service and donations. Here’s some ideas for green, meaningful gifts.
A sustainable food system requires robust networks of local and regional food production and distribution. Learn what local food is, why it's important, and how you can support its production.
You've read about sustainable food and you're ready to make a change, but how do you find it? Here are some resources to help you shop sustainably.
The White House launch of the USDA’s Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food Compass (KYF2) was a groundbreaking event, and a thrilling moment to be a part of. Data has always been a missing link in the food movement, and it is time for it to help us improve our food systems.
Eat Well Guide Advanced Search
Eat Well Everywhere is an innovative mapping tool that enables visitors to find good food on the road. Enter an origin and a destination to locate farms, restaurants, bed and breakfasts and more along your route.
Sustainable Table celebrates sustainable food, educates consumers about food-related issues and works to build community through food.
While supervising a recycling and waste disposal program, Wayne Koeckeritz was so bothered by all the food waste destined for the landfill that he did something about it. He quit his job as a facility manager of a luxury hotel, bought a used garbage truck and set out to turn food trash into compost treasure with his hauling company, Food Waste Disposal.
Find podcasts, videos, animations and educational kits developed by GRACE staff and featured in our Food, Water and Energy programs and Ecocentric blog.
The flapping of a butterfly’s wings may or may not have the capacity to trigger a tornado on another continent, but without a doubt, our food, water and energy systems have profound impacts upon each other (and us, and our planet). With that in mind, we're excited to introduce our new GRACE website.