- Good Meat Breakdown
- Edible Communities: Edible Communities celebrates local food, season by season, community by community.
Knowing where your food comes from is a powerful thing. Below is a list of communities around the southwest.
- Good Meat Switchboard: creates and strengthens dialogue between eaters, seeders, and feeders. A free, online tool, the Switchboard helps consumers, producers, processors, and others to buy, sell, and learn about Good Meat in their regions. The Switchboard simultaneously serves as a free, online, national, searchable marketplace, information exchange, networking hub, job board, virtual mutual aid network, and so much more. Membership is free.
- Slow Meat: Slow Food launched the Slow Meat campaign, which aims to raise awareness among co-producers about better, cleaner, fairer consumption habits, encourage a reduction of meat consumption, and promote the work of small- and medium-scale producers who respect animal welfare.
- ASPCA Farm Shop with your Heart As a consumer, you have the power to change how food companies treat farm animals. Sign up to Shop With Your Heart to find you everything you need—lists of brands, label guides, ways to take action and ways to ask for better meat where you shop.
- Eat Wild: was founded in 2001 to promote the benefits—to consumers, farmers, animals, and the planet—of choosing meat, eggs, and dairy products from 100% grass-fed animals or other non-ruminant animals fed their natural diets. Today it is the #1 clearinghouse for information about pasture-based farming and features a state-by-state plus Canada directory of local farmers who sell their pastured farm and ranch products directly to consumers.
- Local Harvest: Find local food near you: use the map to locate farmers markets, family farms, CSAs, farm stands, and u-pick produce in your neighborhood.
- New Mexico Department of Agriculture: list of ag producers in New Mexico.
- American Grassfed: American Grassfed Association certification is a third-party verified and guarantees that when consumers buy grassfed beef with the AGA logo, they are ensured it was born, raised, and processed in the USA, that the animals were treated humanely, and that they were grazed regeneratively. This confirms to shopkeepers and you that AGA certified producers are improving soils, water quality, biodiversity, and American farming communities. Use their map to find certified American grassfed farmers and their products near you.
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