Food Tank has hand picked 16 books that educate, inform, and inspire us in a wide range of topics.
Roger Thurow’s The First 1,000 Days follows 12 women from 4 countries as they struggle to provide the best care for their babies in the crucial first 1000 days.
Food Tank has selected 18 books that will inspire and inform readers on topics ranging from food justice to urban composting to local food systems.
The publication addresses three paradoxes in the food system—food waste, the coexistence of malnutrition and obesity, and the overuse of natural resources.
These delectable comics will satisfy any appetite. Pick one up and expand your palate for both the culinary and sequential arts.
These media sources from around the world explore food, agriculture, and sustainability.
Food Tank’s winter reading list for 2016 is a unique collection of compelling books on sustainable agriculture, recipes, nutrition, and food history.
Food Tank’s favorite books from 2015 include both fresh and familiar titles, and explore topics ranging from ethical meat consumption to global food security.
The 2015 Real Food Media Contest invited a new crop of films under four minutes that tell unique stories about food, farming, and sustainability.