The Food Warriors Have Done It, and Now YOU Can DIY!

Over the past four seasons, we’ve had a blast working alongside more than 50 Food Warrior Interns, who have personally visited and documented 334 farms, 176 food artisans and 390 farmers markets and have uploaded more than 20,000 photos to the nation’s largest crowd-sourced food guide!

Check out some of the most stunning photos from the program and see what participants have had to say about their experiences…

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Looking to do something similar? Look no further than the recently released DIY Food Warrior Curriculum. We’ve adapted the Food Warrior Program curriculum to make it easy for any and all interested people to explore their local food communities and contribute to the food guide in a meaningful way. Now get out there, have fun and learn some things! And don’t be greedy, now… Please share!

Always Stay Fresh,
Lindsay Partridge

If you do use the materials and plan to run your own Food Warrior-esque program, we’d love to hear about it! Please drop us a line: (Of course we’ll be happy to answer any questions you might have about the program too.)

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4 Responses to The Food Warriors Have Done It, and Now YOU Can DIY!

  1. rachelocal says:

    I especially like the suggested reading in the curriculum. Thanks for a great resource!

  2. lantanagurl says:

    Reblogged this on The Adventures of Thrive Farm and commented:
    Food Warrior!

  3. lantanagurl says:

    Gonna be a food warrior!

  4. Mike says:

    Food Warriors should check out FarmToPeople. They seem to support independent farmers and I feel like food warriors have a similar cause.

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