Local food systems

Additional Resources Found in the Sustainable Small Farm Information Network

  • A Guide to Serving Local Food at Your Next Event [ View ]
  • Columbia Area Food Circle [ View ]
  • Dirt : The Erosion of Civilizations [ View ]
  • Eating Locally in Areas Surrounding Springfield [ View ]
  • Eating Locally in Springfield [ View ]
  • Food Circles Networking Project [ View ]
  • Guidelines to Increase the Use of Local Foods at Meetings [ View ]
  • Kansas City Food Circle [ View ]
  • Kansas City Food Circle Directory of Local Organic and Free Range Food Producers [ View ]
  • Kansas City Food Circle Directory of Local Organic and Natural Food Producers [ View ]
  • Kingdom of Callaway Food Circle [ View ]
  • Missouri Farmer-Marketed Meats Directory [ View ]
  • Missouri Farmers Market Directory [ View ]
  • Missouri Vegetable Growers Association [ View ]
  • National Farm to School Program [ View ]
  • National Farmers Market Manager Survey [ View ]
  • Small Farm Today [ View ]
  • The Guide to Eating Well in Columbia, MO [ View ]
  • The New American Farmer [ View ]
  • To Market, To Market: A Guide to Locally Grown Produce in the St. Louis Bi-State Area [ View ]
  • Truman State University Pastured Poultry Research [ View ]

    Additional Resources Found in the MAC Resource Collection

  • Adding values to our food system: an economic analysis of sustainable community food systems [ View ]
  • Community food systems in California: profiles of 13 collaborations [ View ]
  • Expanding the organic food and agriculture system in the U.S.'s Upper Midwest: strategies and lessons of a pilot project [ View ]
  • Facilitator's guide for food systems and food security [ View ]
  • Growing a community food system [ View ]
  • Growing together: community gardening and food security [ View ]
  • Small farming systems for the Midwest and reintegrating agriculture and community in the Midwest [ View ]
  • A tale of two chickens: economic results of our food choices : Kamyar Ensnayan, Uni. of Northern Iowa, Feb. 16, 1999 [ View ]


    The Missouri Alternatives Center and the University of Missouri-Columbia do not endorse any specific commercial products, pest control recommendations or attest to the accuracy of the information contained in the listed web sites. This compilation is intended to give the user a simple directory and ease of connection to public information.