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COOPERATIVE FOOD RESOURCES

Sustainable Agriculture in Indiana

Center for Sustainable Living

Local Food is a source of food information about locally owned food resources in Bloomington. Indiana and information links. If you have information or articles about local food and think it belongs on Local Food, send it and it will be considered for posting. We welcome suggestions, letters to the editors, original poetry and art, book or video reviews. See guidelines before submitting writing, art or classifieds, send to localfood(at)greendove.net

Indiana Holistic Health Network

Wylie House, 307 E. 2nd Street, Bloomington, IN 4740l, www.indiana.edu/~libwylie/, the garden project saves and makes available for sale historic seed varieties.

Hiltop Garden and Nature Center, 2301 E. 10th St., Bloomington, IN, http://www.indiana.edu/~hilltop/

The Local Growers Guild, Bloomingto, IN

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Complete Listing of CSA's

Core Farms CSA. Andy/Amy Hamilton 812-219-0187 or e-mail them at corefarmscsa@musgraveorchard.com. Core CSA Farmers: Deer Heart Woods Certified Organic Farm, Heartland Family Farms, New Growth Gardens, Nd Musgrave Orchard
Center Valley Organic Farm and CSA Aaron Zeis -- Farm/CSA Manager, 8364 S SR 39 Clayton, IN 46118, phone/fax 317-539-4317, cvofcsa1@yahoo.com. Our mission is to help consumers gain access to reasonably-priced, organic food.
The CSA project at Miller Farm,
765/983-2982- Earlham College · 801 National Road West · Richmond, Indiana 47374-4095
Earth Works Inc., Heather Potts, 9815 Union Rd, Plymouth, IN 46963 , Phone 1: 219-935-4164, Fax: 219-935-1718earthworks3@juno.com
Field Day Organic Farm, Ivor Chodkowski and Jana McNally, 7646 Chapel Hill Road, Borden, IN 47106, 812-923-1466
ivorc@kih.net
J.L. Hawkins Family Farm, Jeff Hawkins
10373 North 300 East, North Manchester, IN 46962, 260-982-4961,info@hawkinsfamilyfarm.com, Wabash County, IN
Michaela Farm, Sisters Carolyn and Ann Marie, P.O. Box 100, Oldenburg, IN 47036, 812-933-0661
michaelafarm@seidata.com
Mill Race Center Farmers Market and CSA, Beth Neff and Zelda Stoltzfus,
201 N. 22nd St., Goshen, IN 46526, 219-533-7936, Fax: 219-533-7936, zebe2@juno.com
Miller Farm, any current Miller farmer, 1405 Abington Pike, Richmond, IN 47374, 765-973-2982, miller_farm@earlham.edu
New Growth Gardens and Grace's Garlic Ranch, Anj and Amy Hamilton, 4965 E SR 46, Bloomington, IN 47401, 812-332-5116, grace72301@aol.com
Sharritt Market Gardens, Roger Sharritt, 6572 W. Reformatory Rd., Fortville, IN 46040, 317-485-6718, rlsharritt@aol.com
White Violet Center for Ecojustice CSA, Sister Ann Sullivan, One Sisters of Providence, St. Mary of the Woods, IN 47876, 812-535-3131 Ext. 430, Fax: 812-535-4551, wvc@spsmw.org
Eat Wild - Clearing House for Pasture Based Farming
Bloomingfoods is a member-owned grocery providing southern Indiana with healthful, high quality, and environmentally-sound products at a fair price. We promote locally-grown, nutritious, and non-chemically produced food. We emphasize consumer education, community involvement, and excellent customer service.

Women, Food and Agriculture Network
C/o Linda Warren
PO Box 1611
Madison, WI 53726-1611
(712) 243-3264
CoWFAN@nishna.net
The Women, Food and Agriculture Network links and amplifies women's voices on issues of food systems, sustainable communities and environmental integrity.

Rural Womyn
Sustaining Agriculture and Rural communities news

Food First News Room

Prairienet Co-op Directory
This is a U.S. and Canadian food cooperative directory published by Common Ground Food Coop. A cooperative or co-op is an organization owned and controlled democratically by its members. There are over 300 food cooperatives in the U.S.! The worldwide cooperative movement has over 700 million members in agricultural, banking, credit and savings, energy, industry, insurance, fishery, tourism, housing, and many other types of cooperatives. Co-ops give consumers and workers control over the places we bank, shop, work, and live in order to improve the quality of our lives.

Cooperative Grocers Information Network is an initiave by retail food coops to share resources

Eat Wild

Local Harvest

The New Farm

Iowa Network for community Agriculture

Eat Well Guide

http://www.wisc.edu/uwcc/
The UWCC's Mission is to study and promote cooperative action as a means of meeting the economic and social needs of people. The Center works in rural and urban settings in the United States and internationally. It develops, promotes, and coordinates educational programs, technical assistance and research on the cooperative form of business.

The Seed Savers Exchange, 3094 North Winn Road, Decorah, IA 52101http://www.seedsavers.org; network is a membership organization with an annual membership fee and three annual membership publications of mostly small-scale growers and gardeners dedicated to preserving our heritage of open-pollinated heirloom vegetables, fruits, and nuts. Seed Savers Yearbook (mailed each February), makes available (only to SSE's members) the seeds of more than 11,000 rare varieties of vegetables, fruits and grains. In other words, each year - SSE's members offer nearly twice as many vegetable varieties as are available from all of the mail-order seed catalogs in both the U.S. and Canada. The network's underlying purpose is to protect the genetic diversity of our food crops. The SSE's yearbook, published each January, lists varieties that have been saved...then members exchange and grow each other's seeds. Three other valuable references works produced by SSE are Garden Seed Inventory (a complete list of all commercially available non-hybrid vegetable seeds); Fruit, Berry, and Nut Inventory; and Seed to Seed (detailing seed-saving techniques for the vegetable gardener).

-The Flower and Herb Exchange - the Flower and Herb Exchange (FHE), founded in 1989, is patterned after SSE but is a separate organization. FHE issues one publication each year mailed in March to more than 1,700 members. The 88-page 2004 Flower and Herb Exchange Yearbook contained the addresses of 200 members who were offering nearly 2,000 of old-time flowers and herbs. FHE is re-creating the garden landscapes of the past by reintroducing plants that once bloomed in our grandparents' gardens and yards. Thanks to FHE's members, flowers and herbs that were rare are becoming abundant once again.

-Seed Exchangers, PO Box 10, Burnips, MI 49314-0010 - Membership - 12 monthly issuesLocal and state gardening, herb and farmers market resources on the Indiana Holistic Health Network - www.indianaholistichealth.net//indexdirectory.htm

The American Holistic Health Association (AHHA) is the leading national resource connecting people with vital solutions for reaching a higher level of wellness. We want you to enjoy an enhanced quality of life with vitality, enthusiasm, confidence and self-worth.


SARE Provides Grants and Information to Improve Profitability, Stewardship and Quality of Life
Since 1988, the Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program has helped advance farming systems that are profitable, environmentally sound and good for communities through a nationwide research and education grants program. The program, part of USDA's Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service, funds projects and conducts outreach designed to improve agricultural systems


The Community Food Security Coalition (CFSC) is a non-profit 501(c)(3), North American organization dedicated to building strong, sustainable, local and regional food systems that ensure access to affordable, nutritious, and culturally appropriate food for all people at all times. We seek to develop self-reliance among all communities in obtaining their food and to create a system of growing, manufacturing, processing, making available, and selling food that is regionally based and grounded in the principles of justice, democracy, and sustainability. They have a competitive grant program.


The mission of the Land Stewardship Project is
to foster an ethic of stewardship for farmland, to promote sustainable agriculture and to develop sustainable communities.


Iowa State University Organic Agriculture website. Our mission is to educate producers, consumers and policy makers in the research and extension activities in Organic Agriculture both on-farm and in the Universities.

Sustainable Earth Electronic Library
A wealth of links to info on sustainable agriculture

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COOPERATIVE FOOD RESOURCES
2 EVNIRONMENTAL AND NUCLEAR RESOURCES
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NUCLEAR WEAPONS, NUCLEAR POWER AND URANIUM
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NATIVE AMERICAN MEDIA CONNECTIONS

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