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ORGANIC SYSTEMS RESEARCH AT LAND GRANTS & NATIONAL PUBLICATIONFOR THE YOUTH SERVICES FIELD

  • Subject: [cg] ORGANIC SYSTEMS RESEARCH AT LAND GRANTS & NATIONAL PUBLICATIONFOR THE YOUTH SERVICES FIELD
  • From: Laura Berman <laura@foodshare.net>
  • Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 10:49:06 -0400

Some items worth noting, thanks to  Julie Meyer's excellent newsletter,
NEFOOD POTLUCK NEWS. If you are interrested in subscribing to this
newsletter see info at bottom:


STATE OF THE STATES: ORGANIC SYSTEMS RESEARCH AT LAND GRANTS

A 2000-2001 compilation of organic programs, contacts and resources at the
nation's public land grant agriculture schools by Organic Farming Research
Foundation Technical Program Coordinator Jane Sooby, can be downloaded for
free at http://ofrf.org/ or ordered from them by mail for a 5$ donation to
cover mailing costs.  The author of this study could find only 151 certified
organic acres among the 886,000 research acres within the land grant system,
which amounts to .02% of the entire acreage studied.

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NATIONAL PUBLICATION FOR THE YOUTH SERVICES FIELD
Youth Today, a publication of The American Youth Work Center, covers such
issues as child advocacy, youth development and health, after-school
programs, and other issues important to those in the youth work field. Youth
Today has covered issues such as youth involvement in agriculture and
school-lunch programs.
For a free sample issue, call (800) 599-2455 .
Contact information for the American Youth Work Center, who sponsors the
newspaper and offers many other resources for youth activists:
http://www.youthtoday.org/ 1200 17th St., NW, 4th Fl. Washington, DC 20036,
(202) 785-0764

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