Food is the key to self-reliance and self-sustenance. Food choices and relationships can be a political statement.
The food movement is alive online. The internet is documenting cyber-geography of the food movement and gives us information and perspective on food issues within a range of climates and socio-economic environments.
People all over the world are engaged in production, research, innovation, education, policy-making, reflection, discussion, and organizing around food. People are blogging, vlogging, video producing, submitting theses, producing formal and informal documents, campaigning, distributing educational material, publishing books, creating documentaries, and reporting about food from a variety of perspectives all over the world.
There has been a mass realization about the centrality and importance of food.
This is a forum for collecting and connecting all of these resources.