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Imagina un sistema alimentario que da alimentos frescos y ecológicos a todos. ¿No se puede hacer en un mundo de agricultura industrial? Nosotros decimos que sí, se puede, y se debe, en estos tiempos económicamente difíciles.
Aquí es como hacerlo...

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Wonder City Farm en Cleveland, un huerto construido sobre el asfalto, foto New Agrarian Center
Productos frescos desde… la ciudad
Ciudadanos y autoridades locales se unen para obtener alimentos frescos para escuelas y vecindarios.

Will y Erica Allen del proyecto Growing Power
Cultivando energía en un desierto alimentario urbano
Will Allen está llevando a la agricultura y a los alimentos frescos nuevamente a los barrios de la ciudad.



un mercado en Belo Horizonte, Brazil
La ciudad que terminó con el hambre
Una ciudad de Brasil reclutó agricultores locales para ayudar a hacer algo que las ciudades de EE.UU. todavía tienen que hacer: acabar con el hambre.

David Korten
No arreglen Wall Street, reemplácenla
David Korten pregunta: "¿Por qué no una economía de riqueza verdadera?"



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Editor's Introduction
The Local Food Revolution.

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The Good Food Revolution
Can we re-connect food, people, land, and culture in time to save our food supply?

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Just the Facts: Food Inc.
Hunger. Pollution. Instability. Obesity. The problem with corporate food—by the numbers.


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Community Food
What a healthy food system looks like.

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8 Ways You Can Join the Local Food Movement
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Growing Power
Veggies, fish, even beef—grown in and near cities. Sustenance for urban food deserts.


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6 Ideas for a Better Food System
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The City That Ended Hunger
The people of Belo Horizonte, Brazil ended hunger, and it wasn’t that hard.
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A World of Grace
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New Crop of Farmers
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Madhu Prakash, photo by Doug Pibel
In Rajinder's Rasoi
What a traditional Indian village kitchen can teach American schools.
Madhu shares kitchen secrets
Cleveland's asphalt vegetable gardens, courtesy New Agrarian Cneter
Fresh from ... the City
Look who’s bringing farming and fresh foods back into city neighborhoods.

Caution Farm Bill sign
A Food Bill Instead of a Farm Bill
4 YES! picks for a better Farm Bill.


Prairie, photo by Carter Johnson
Restoring the Range
The Mortenson family restored a prairie with their sane model of cattle management.
Percy Schmeiser, courtesy RLA Foundation
A Farmer Rounds Up Monsanto
How Percy Schmeiser came away with a clear win.

Stack of cookbooks, photo by Adam MacKinnon
Our Ultimate Cookbook List
YES! staff share the cookbooks they turn to in the kitchen.


Online only content at
Spring 09 Online
Videos, photo essays, music, and more around the food issue.
YES! Magazine Dicussion Guide, Issue 48
Discussion Guide
Conversation starters and article summaries for the food issue.
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Resource Guide
Join the local food revolution with these organizations, initiatives, and a library about good food.