The Non-GMO Project
What started as a retailer-driven campaign to offer consumers an informed choice about genetically modified organisms (GMOs) has blossomed into a successful industry-wide initiative.
The Community Alliance with Family Farmers is building a movement of rural and urban people to foster family-scale agriculture that cares for the land, sustains local economies and promotes social justice.
Marin Organic is an association of organic producers in Marin County whose livelihood is based on a respect for nature and a sense of place. As the primary link between farmers and eaters, Marin Organic is committed to creating the first all-organic county in the nation; a county in which growers and the people who rely on them recognize their mutual interdependence.
Sustainable Fairfax is one of the first groups in Marin to pioneer sustainability, with a legacy of educating the town council, supporting the community, providing services to the town, and conducting educational events since 1999.
Good Earth's Organic School Lunch Program
The Good Earth Kitchen is a place where the magic of the harvest is transformed into healthy foods for our community’s children. It is a place where the core principles of health, strength, balance, good feelings and joyfulness intersect and make possible through food, the commitment to create a stronger, more conscious approach to sustainable life.
Center for Ecoliteracy
The Center for Ecoliteracy is a public foundation that supports a grantmaking program for educational organizations and school communities, primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area; convenes networks of its grantees; sponsors projects consistent with its mission; administers donor-advised funds; and manages a publishing imprint, Learning in the Real World®.
USDA Organic Program
U.S. Department of Agriculture's Organic program
The Center for Urban Agriculture at Fairview Gardens is a California non-profit organization that was established in 1997 to preserve and operate Fairview Gardens, the historic farm where our products are grown. Founded in 1895, Fairview Gardens is considered by some to be the oldest organic farm in southern California, and is now preserved in perpetuity through an agricultural conservation easement.
Straus Family Creamery
Organic dairy farmers who make products with their own milk. They are committed to taking care of their animals, the land and reducing waste.
The Collective Heritage Institute, aka Bioneers, was founded in 1990. Bioneers was conceived to conduct educational and economic development programs in the conservation of biological and cultural diversity, traditional farming practices, and environmental restoration.
Slow Food is an international association that promotes food and wine culture, but also defends food and agricultural biodiversity worldwide.
The Edible Schoolyard
The Edible Schoolyard provides urban public school students with a one-acre organic garden and a kitchen classroom. Using food systems as a unifying concept, students learn how to grow, harvest, and prepare nutritious seasonal produce.
Lunch Lessons mission is to change the way our children are eating by tackling outdated district spending policies, commodity-based food service organizations, political platforms with no mention of school food or child health — and ultimately the USDA — to ensure that kids everywhere have wholesome, nutritious, delicious food at school.