Join the world-wide movement supporting Conscious Eating. Here are a few of the ways you can get involved.
Making Collaboration Real. Newspaper articles and research studies emphasize the importance of a collaborative, empathic workplace environment. Even when committed to creating such a collaborative environment, many people struggle with the actual implementation. Using the principles of Nonviolent Communication, the Making Collaboration Real program provides the “how” to this emerging call to rehumanize the way companies and organizations do business.
Food and Water Watch. Through this non-profit organization you can help make sure that U.S. policymakers are ensuring our food, water and fish are safe, accessible and sustainably harvested. Sign up for Food and Water Watch action alerts to be notified of important policies and regulations that you can help influence.
Center for Food Safety. This public interest and environmental advocacy membership organization provides you a venue to challenge harmful food production technologies and promote sustainable alternatives. Check out their site for opportunities to let policymakers know your views on upcoming regulations and legislation.
Slow Food. Become a member of this worldwide network of over 100,000 people committed to ensuring food is produced and distributed in ways that support people and the planet. You can join a local chapter of people interested in slow food, learn about slow food fairs in your area or be a part of food education projects at schools, hospitals, canteens and other community institutions. Or simply sign up for their newsletter to stay abreast of slow food events and activities as well as related news.
NY Coalition for Healthy School Food. Learn about what New York is doing to ensure that their public schools provide healthy food to students. On this site you can also find actions you can take to ensure federal regulations support healthy food in schools.
The Garden Project. Be inspired by the work of the Garden Project—a San Francisco based organization that is working to help former offenders with job training through gardening. Connecting people back to the earth reconnects them with their humanity.
Organic Farming Research Foundation (OFRF) This inspiring organization supports and encourages organic farming practices, with lots of resources and research. http://ofrf.org.