Food, Farming, and Permaculture

Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company (USA)

America’s top source for pure heirloom seeds. 


Confluence Farm (Sebastopol, CA)

Confluence Farm is an organic vegetable and flower farm located in Sebastopol, CA along the picturesque Green Valley & Purrington creeks. We focus on generating the healthiest soil we can in order to grow the most nutrient dense and healthy vegetables possible.  We believe in working with nature to create a farm that is mindful of protecting the environment around it. Our motto is “Come Together, Eat Well”.


CT Edible Ecosystems, LLC

CT Edible Ecosystems transforms ordinary spaces into beautiful, food-producing landscapes. We provide consultation, design, installation and coaching services to realize your edible landscaping, farm, garden or resiliency goals. We specialize in food forests, edible trails, vegetable, herb and pollinator gardens for homesteads, farms, green spaces, municipalities and institutions including schools, universities, hospitals, community centers, libraries and restaurants.


Farmer’s Footprint

We are a coalition of farmers, educators, doctors, scientists, and business leaders aiming to expose the human and environmental impacts of chemical farming and offer a path forward through regenerative agricultural practices. Founded by Dr. Zach Bush, MD.


Grow Forage Cook Ferment

Grow Forage Cook Ferment inspires naturally minded people to live with the seasons, become more self sufficient, and protect their health. We offer simple and easy to understand guides and ideas for growing and foraging food and medicine; recipes and tutorials for cooking, fermenting, and preserving the harvest; and easy homemade herbal remedies and body care products.


Heart and Soil (Gabriola Island)

You can buy from our farm (without leaving your couch). Every Monday we update our website with all that is available. Choose from a wide variety of seasonal vegetables with a $3.30 delivery fee for Gabriola Island Residents and a $5.00 delivery fee for Nanaimo Residents.


Humans Who Grow Food

Humans Who Grow Food features stories of home gardeners, farmers and community gardens across borders & cultures.


Over Grow The System

The vision for Over Grow The System is to create an effective and compelling platform that can empower and activate people across social spectrums, while also addressing the real issues and challenges that the world faces today. A platform that can inspire people to reclaim their freedom and their power from the cultural mechanisms of control and complacency in order to live more in balance with the cycles and systems of the natural world


Punta Mona Center (Costa Rica) - Stephen Brooks / Ecoversity

Punta Mona is an off-the-grid Farm and educational Center on the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica. Launched in 1997, we’re now home to over 300 different varieties of tropical fruit and nut trees, root crops, medicinal and flowering plants, herbs, and vegetables. We host courses in permaculture, herbalism, mycology, yoga and the arts as well as student groups and private retreats. We are a living classroom supported by a remarkable community with a mission to practice and teach a simpler, more regenerative way of living. Our dream is still growing, and we continue building our farms and systems to support our vision.


Rodale Institute

Rodale Institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to growing the organic movement through rigorous research, farmer training, and consumer education. Widely recognized as the birthplace of the organic movement, Rodale Institute has been the global leader in regenerative organic agriculture for over 70 years.


The Market Gardener by JM Fortier 

Jean-Martin Fortier is a farmer, educator and award-winning author of best-seller "The Market Gardener".  A recognized authority on small-scale organic vegetable production, he has inspired hundreds of thousands to embrace a vision of agriculture that is human-scale, ecological and profitable. 


Winona LaDuke's Hemp & Heritage Farm (Osage, Minnesota)

Winona’s Hemp and the Anishinaabe Agricultural Institute are working to restore foodways, rematriate seeds, and make a new economy; one based on local food, energy and fiber. We have two branches:  Winona’s Hemp for the cloth of the future and Anishinaabe Agriculture, our tax-exempt sister organization focused on regenerative and post petroleum or reduced petroleum agriculture and restoration of traditional varieties of our food.    



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