Welcome to the New Nourish Website
By WorldLink Staff | March 20, 2011 | Leave a Comment
After months in the making, we’re excited to bring you the new Nourish website, an online hub for teaching and learning about food and sustainability. You can now explore an expanded and growing set of Nourish resources:
- About: Learn about the Nourish initiative and film, and meet our collaborating organizations, advisory board, and team. Explore the Nourish press room. Check the PBS schedule for a Nourish broadcast in your area.
- Videos: Our collection of short films now includes 25 videos, with 12 new shorts on topics such as Farmers Markets, Food and Family, and What You Can Do, from Michael Pollan, Anna Lappé, and others. More videos are to come, so stay tuned!
- Teach: Download the Nourish Curriculum Guide and food system tools, and preview classroom activities online. California’s K-12 educators can now sign up to receive a free DVD through our Nourish California initiative.
- Learn: In this section, you’ll find a growing library of 20 articles featuring perspectives from the voices of Nourish. You can also browse our food system glossary with more than 125 terms, and a selection of recommended books and films on the story of our food.
- Act: Discover ways to take action in your community. Read inspiring “Nourish in Action” stories from schools and community groups. Invite your friends into the conversation by sharing Nourish, using tools like our new Discussion Guide.
- Blog: We’ll be blogging about new resources, partnerships, and developments in the Nourish initiative. We’ll also be interviewing and profiling the work of organizations, educators, and individuals who are promoting food literacy and helping create a healthy, sustainable food culture.
To receive updates from Nourish, please sign up using the Join Nourish box below. You can also connect with us and our growing network of good food advocates and educators through the social media icons on the right.
We invite you take a look around the website, and contact us with your comments and questions. Help us grow the network by sharing your story, your vision for a sustainable food future, and what nourishes and inspires you.
Thank you for visiting, and we look forward to staying in touch!More: New Videos, Teaching Resources