You might want to check out: Sustainable Table
…relies on synthetic fertilizers and chemical pesticides, large amounts of water, major transportation systems and factory-style practices for raising livestock and crops. Artificial hormones in milk, antibiotic-resistant bacteria, mad cow disease, and large-scale outbreaks of potentially deadly e.coli are all associated with this industrial form of food production.
but if you gives these guys your zip code – they will return lots of local places where you can buy local animals and fruits and vegetables to eat.
My wife Gretchen has been working at a local farm, sorting peaches for market, and we have a lot of tomatoes from our garden. So I have been eating a lot of locally grown peaches and tomatoes!