Here are some other pages you might be interested in, I know I am!

Animated Life: Seeing the Invisible is a precious puppet animation explaining how microbes were first discovered and explains a bit about modern microbiology. While this might sound a little boring, it is really well done and interesting.

Augusta Locally Grown is an online farmers market that supports small farms and gardeners by making their locally-grown fresh foods available for sale in the Augusta-area community. I not only buy most of my meat and produce through the market, but I have partnered with this organization to teach various fermentation classes.

American Homebrewers Association is an organization that supports homebrewers with education and legislative advocacy. Plus, they are the go to folks if you want to know about beer.

Basic Brewing is a great site with lots of beer brewing information and a weekly podcast.

The Chattery is a nonprofit organization that believes in enjoyable adult education by providing fun, affordable and accessible classes and workshops in the Chattanooga, TN area. This is the organization I teach classes through.

Crabtree Farms is an urban farm in Chattanooga that offers educational workshops and special events, as well as a CSA program, workshares, and a farm stand where you can buy fresh, seasonal produce.

Cultures For Health offers a wide variety of cultures to purchase.

Dr. Daphne Miller is the author of Farmacology: Total Health from the Ground Up and Jungle Effect: A Doctor Discovers the Healthiest Diets from Around the World–Why They Work and How to Bring Them Home. It is wonderful to know that a family physician is studying and writing about biodynamic farming and traditional foods as a means to solve health problems.

FARMcurious supports urban farmsteaders in the Oakland, CA area.

FermUp has their website and a very interesting weekly podcast.

Fuhment Aboudit! is the companion site to the Fuhment Aboudit! podcast. They are based in NY, NY and talk mostly about beer, but also about other ferments as well.

GEM Cultures offers many live cultures, including the viili culture their family brought to the US from Finland over a century ago!

Gruit Ale has recipes, articles and other resources for those interested in brewing ales without hops. I personally would be happy never drinking hopped beer again!

Gruit Day is an annual celebration of brewing gruit ales.

Local Milk is a local food blog for the Chattanooga, TN area.

The Mad Fermentationist is a great site for anyone who wants to get into the more experimental side of beer brewing.

Michael Pollan is a best selling author of many books documenting food and farm culture, as well as dozens of articles. His book, The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals, really opened my eyes to the dangers of industrial farming. And his article “Some of My Best Friends Are Germs” set me on the path to start fermenting food.

Organic Cultures just as the name suggests, they carry a variety of organic cultures and lots of good info.

Phickle is a great site based in the Philadelphia area. If you are in that region, check out some of Amanda’s classes.

The Slow Food Foundation… just check them out! If you are interested in anything I have to say, you will love this organization.

Fear not! More sites will be added! If you have any suggestions please send me an email at [email protected].

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