ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

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LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PEOPLE IN THE MOVIE & OTHER TOPICS OF INTEREST.

Dr. Jonathan Lundgren has traveled the world as a guest speaker and he has appeared in numerous articles. Here is a link to one from CIVIL EATS (a comprehensive news source for food related issues), during the 2018 No-till On the Plains conference.

 

Gail Fuller is a seasoned guest speaker  and interviewee for a variety of media outlets. Here is a link to one story from ENSIA (a non profit magazine that advocates for solutions to environmental challenges) about his efforts.

 

John Paul and his friend Russ Raney (co-founders of the Deep Roots Coalition) appeared in an article covering the benefits of dry-farming published in MODERN FARMER (a great resource for food producers and consumers).

 

RODALE INSTITUTE was founded by organic pioneer J.J. Rodale in 1947. It is a nonprofit organization devoted to research, education and outreach. You can learn about soil health, no-till farming, growing nutrient-dense vegetables, and a bounty of other topics related to organic practices. Be sure to check out the webinar series in the Learning section; you can also see the series on YouTube.

 

Aside from growing a little food of your own, a great way to shop is at a food co-operative. STRONGERTOGETHER.COOP provides a directory of stores around the country and an abundance of information about food. If there isn't a food co-op near you and you're feeling a little ambitious, here's a resource to help you establish one in your community: the FOOD CO-OP INITIATIVE

If you enjoy listening to topics about all-things related to food, explore the many options at HERITAGE RADIO NETWORK. Topics include: Advocacy & Food Policy, Agriculture, Food History, Beverage, and more.