Websites, Blogs and Other Resources
My husband and I run Clark Organic Farm in Carlisle, Massachusetts. We provide pasture-raised meat, eggs, and organic vegetables to the public and through our CSA.
Sustainable Food Resources
Provides comprehensive, accurate information about the benefits of raising animals on pasture. Link to farms in your area that actively promote the welfare of their animals and the health of the land
Free online directory of farms, farmers markets, grocery stores, restaurants and more that produce and support local and sustainable methods of agriculture.
An advocate for independent farmers, ranchers, livestock owners, and homesteaders in this country, as well as the consumers who support family farmers. By protecting independent agriculture, we protect the safety, quality, and availability of our food supply.
Dedicated to encouraging consumers to buy local, sustainable, grass-fed, and organic products.
A grassroots community dedicated to building a sustainable food system that protects our natural environment, sustains farmers and nourishes families.
Links the pleasures of food with community and environment. Local chapters across the country offer members a chance to organize, celebrate and connect with farmers, cooks, educators, students and everyone who cares about food and the environment.
Nutrition Resources and Recipe Resources
After talking with Robb Wolf about my interest in getting the word out about sustainability issues to the public, he encouraged me to start this blog. His book, The Paleo Solution, is really what turned my life around and fixed my metabolic derangement. He has a terrific blog and extremely entertaining podcast.
An acupuncturist in the San Francisco area and sees people long distance via phone and skype. I turn to his podcasts to get in depth information about alternative medicine issues. He really knows his stuff and is always up on the latest research.
Diane Sanfillipo of Balanced Bites was the first practitioner I called when I started my own nutrition practice. She gave me some terrific advice and continues to inspire me. I’ve had the honor of being her guest on her fabulous podcast and know that her new book, Practical Paleo, will rock! I can’t wait to read it. I also very much appreciate all of the client referrals Diane has passed my way, as she has become busy with her book, podcast and other projects.
Bill and Hayley are the couple behind The Food Lovers Kitchen. I met them at the PaleoFX conference when we all shared a house with a handful of other bloggers. They have a beautiful cookbook, “Make it Paleo” and website full of delicious and nutrient dense foods. Bill is also a talented photographer and shot the cover photo for this blog, for which I am forever grateful.
Liz co-hosts the Balanced Bites Podcast with Diane Sanfillipo. She graduated from the same nutrition program that I attended, Nutritional Therapy Association and runs the popular blog, Cave Girl Eats. Liz is smart, funny, and has been a great colleague for me to bounce ideas off.
This is the best recipe blog out there. A fellow mom looking to feed her family the most nutrient-dense foods she can get her hands on, Michelle Tam blogs each day and has won “Best Food Blog” by Saveur.com. Her posts are informative and funny, and the photographs are amazing. She recently launched an ipad app with step by step instructions on how to recreate her recipes.
Laura is a graduate student at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, pursuing a Masters in Public Health Nutrition (MPH-RD) and runs the blog, Ancestralize Me! Her insightful posts always impress me.
Stacy and Matt run the blog, Paleo Parents and have lost over 200 pounds on the Paleo diet. They have turned their focus to educating families about the transformative benefits of ancestral nutrition. Don’t miss out on their kids’ cookbook, Eat Like a Dinosaur: Recipe & Guidebook for Gluten-free Kids — it’s filled with delicious gluten-free recipes that children and adults can prepare and enjoy together.Google+