http://www.pcrm.org/- Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine focuses on nutrition education and unbiased clinical research
Vega Supplements- Plant-based vitamins and supplements
Food for the People- Humboldt County Farmers Markets that accept EBT and gardening resources in Northern California
Tenderloin Cooking- Cooking healthy in small spaces with limited appliances Ebook
Good and Cheap- Ebook about how to eat well on $4 a day
We have scoured the web to find you great resources that can help you promote health and sustainability in your classrooms!
Essay by Madeline Salocks- Our Moral Failing With Animals
This a link for the website of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. It is geared towards high school or college aged students, but could be adapted for younger ages as well
This link is to the State of Washington public education website. They do a great job at combining economic and social issues along with environmental ethics. They also include topics such as Native American ecological principles as well as emerging technology.
The Green Education Foundation offers free curriculum lessons for preschool through high school. They also host the National Green Week, which promotes sustainable transportation to and from school and work.
Nourish is a bold, new initiative designed to increase food literacy and build healthy communities. The nonprofit initiative provides free educational resources and printable lesson plans for use in California’s K-12 schools.
The Cookbook Project offers an online program where you can become a certified Food Literacy Educator
ABCMouse.com- Educational program for children aged 2-8. Click link to get your first month FREE!
ZooBooks- Childrens' educational magazine all about zoo animals!