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Cultivating the Web

Cultivating the Web investigates the best and brightest ways that good food advocates are leveraging the internet to generate social change and further the sustainable food movement.

Harnessing Social Media

Here are some basics on how social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter have shown how valuable they are for sustainable food enthusiasts, advocates and producers alike on how to best put them to work for you.

Food and Tech Connect

Media company connecting decision makers with the information, technology, and people they need to fuel food system innovation through news and analysis, events, and strategy consulting.

Social Media

Social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter have shown how valuable they are for sustainable food, water and energy advocates. Check out GRACE's social sites - Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube - and find out how to best put social media to work for you.

Cultivating the Web

Read about how people are using digital technology to raise awareness of the consequences of industrial agriculture, connect conscientious eaters with local farmers and markets, and persuade corporations and policy makers to employ and support more responsible farming practices - and how you can be a part of it.

Get Ready to Hack//Meat

From December 7 - 9, Food+Tech Connect, GRACE Communications and Applegate are bringing together technologists, entrepreneurs, creatives, policy experts, non-profit leaders and industry executives for Hack//Meat, the first-ever "meat hackathon" in New York City.

Twitter @eatsustainable

Sparking conversation about sustainable food. By GRACE Communications Foundation, home of Sustainable Table, Eat Well Guide, and The Meatrix.

Twitter

Join our lively community of sustainability advocates to discuss the latest news, hot topics and more - in 140 characters.

Facebook

Join our lively community of food, water and energy advocates to discuss news, hot topics, recipes and more!

Hack // Meat Takes Hackathon to Twitter

Tuesday, as an extension of the online conversation, foodies, techies, advocates and consumers converged from around the world on Twitter for a #HackMeat TweetUp to explore the future of meat and discuss its connection to our health and our kitchens.

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