Organizations and people I’ve collaborated with and other resources.

  • Beehive Design Collective – Education through illustrative stories that inspire resistance to corporate globalization.
  • Bettie the Bus Initiative – Supporting sustainable-living initiatives and promoting alternative energy.
  • Cooperative Fermentation – Jonah of Arundel, ME inspires communities with his important work in food systems and cooperative development.
  • Civil Eats
  • Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund
  • Fermenters Club – Our friends in San Diego, reviving the tradition of fermented foods; their website provides loads of inspiring recipes. A must-visit for fermentation enthusiasts!
  • FermUp: Fermented Food Culture – Fermentation podcast based in Madison, Wisconsin hosted by author Branden Byers.
  • Free Tea Party – Guisepi and Edna travel the country serving free tea and cultivating community. Genius!
  • Fuhmentaboudit! – Fermented foods show from Brooklyn, NY on the Radio Heritage Network, hosted by homebrewers Mary Izett and Chris Cuzme.
  • Kirby & Kraut – Beautiful, American-made crocks along with other fermentation tools. Kirby & Kraut also offers recipes and helpful resources for beginners and seasoned fermenters.
  • Side Street Projects
  • Wild Fermentation – Sandor Katz’s website – Katz is a cultural revivalist, educator, and author of must-reads Wild Fermentation, The Revolution Will Not Be Microwaved, and The Art of Fermentation.