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Here are some links to sites and organizations that we find resourceful. These sites provide further education on the benefits of grass fed beef, sustainable living and agriculture, along with news and information on food related issues and nutritional science.
American Farmland Trust: Saving the Land that Sustains Us
A trust committed to preserving the American farmland. They promote environmentally sound practices and land preservation efforts while backing legislation to serve this commitment.
American Grassfed Association
An association that represents and promotes grass fed products. They provide educational material to explain the value of grass fed products while helping to set industry standards and regulation.
Animal Welfare Institute, Alternative Farming: An Annotated Database
A searchable database set up by the Animal Welfare Institute providing published and online information regarding sustainable methods of raising livestock, including research on animal behavior.
ATTRA - National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service
ATTRA provides the latest in sustainable agriculture and organic farming news, events, and funding opportunities. They are a source for publications on production practices, alternative crop and livestock enterprises, innovative marketing, organic certification, as well as the highlights of local, regional, USDA and other federal sustainable agricultural activities.
Corporation for the Northern Rockies
The Corporation for the Northern Rockies advances sustainable choices that enhance economic opportunities while preserving Western lands and quality of life.
Eatwild provides facts about grass fed products, including information on benefits for your health, farm, and the environment. The site also includes news, scientific references, food safety, books, and kitchen tools.
A website founded by a coalition of writers who report and comment on developments in food policy, food safety, and the ethics of eating.
Grass Fed Beef (CSU Chico project)
This website is a collaboration between the University of California Cooperative Extension Service and California State University, Chico, and provides scientific information on grass fed beef, including a review of the nutritional benefits of grass fed beef, a review of the literature available, and a study of grass fed production systems.
La Cense France
Ethical Equestrian Training (content in French)
La Cense Montana
La Cense Montana is an 88,000 acre horse training and working cattle ranch focused on developing premium recreational Quarter Horses and raising top-grade Black Angus cattle through the principles of natural ranching.
Oldways is the widely respected non-profit "food issues think tank" credited with successfully translating the complex details of nutrition science into the familiar language of food.
Organic Consumers Association
A non-profit association that campaigns for health, justice, and sustainability on behalf of the consumer.
Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education
A program committed to the development and advancement of sustainable agriculture practices.
Sustainable Table provides tools for the consumer of sustainable food, as well as information on the issues surrounding sustainable agriculture.
The Stockman Grassfarmer
The Stockman Grassfarmer is a grazing publication, which, since its inception in 1947, is the only magazine in North American focused entirely upon management-intensive grazing.