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Border Agricultural Workers Project: Fights for agricultural workers rights on the U.S.-Mexico Border.

Coalition of Immokalee Workers: Community-based organization of Latino, Mayan Indian and Haitian immigrants working in low-wage jobs in Florida.

Commercial Fishermen of America: Supports fishing men and women and promotes the health of the oceans they work in.

Community Food Security Coalition: Dedicated to building strong, sustainable, local and regional food system across the United States.

Focus on the Global South: Dismantles oppressive economic and political structures and institutions; creates liberating structures and institutions; and, promotes demilitarisation and peace building instead of conflict.

Food & Water Watch: Protects essential resources around the world and works to create an economically and environmentally viable future. 

FoodFirst International Action Network: Fights hunger with human rights.

Grassroots International: Works to create a just and sustainable world by building alliances with progressive movements.

Institute for Fisheries Resources
: Carries out fishery research and conservation needs of working fishing men and women.

Institute for Food & Development/Food First: Analyzes the root causes of global hunger, poverty and ecological degradation and develops solutions for social change.

International Planning Committee for Food Sovereignty: Global Network of organizations working towards food sovereignty.

La Via Campesina: International movement of peasants, small and medium sized producers, landless, rural women, indigenous people, rural youth and agricultural workers working towards food sovereignty.

Landless Workers Movement, Brazil: Largest social movement in Latin America that actively creates food sovereignty and a sustainable socio-economic system.

More & Better Campaign: An international campaign for food, agriculture and rural development aid to eradicate hunger and poverty.

National Family Farm Coalition: Represents family farm and rural groups to secure a sustainable, economically just, healthy, safe and secure food and farm system.

Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance: Works with coastal communities to protect our marine environment while strengthening local communities that depend on fishing.

Pesticide Action Network North America: Works to replace the use of hazardous pesticides with ecologically sound and socially just alternatives.

RedManglar Coalition working to protect the coastal communities from industrial development in Central and South America.

Small Planet Institute: Furthers a worldwide shift from the dominant, failing notion of democracy toward democracy as a rewarding way of life – A Living Democracy.

World Hunger Year: Advocates for innovative, community-based solutions to hunger and poverty.

Sourcing Local Foods:

Community Supported Fisheries
Eat Local Challenge
Local Harvest
Sustainable Table