- Diet for a Hot Planet: The Climate Crisis at the End of Your Fork and What You Can Do About It. Anna Lappe. Bloomsbury USA, 2010.
- Food and Faith; a Theology of Eating. Normal Wirzba. Cambridge University Press, 2011.
- Making Peace with the Land, Fred Bahson and Norman Wirzba. Request from our Lending Library.
- Scripture, Culture, and Agriculture: an Agrarian Reading of the Bible. By Ellen F. Davis. Forward by Wendell Berry. Cambridge University Press, 2009.
- Eating Well: For Yourself, Your Neighbor and the Planet – a multi-age study guide by the North Carolina Council of Churches
- 10 Principles of Earth Friendly, Healthy Eating by Kathy Shea
- Greenhouse Gases and Food Facts: Things you should know
- Starter Ideas for Congregational Eating
- Anna Lappé & Food MythBusters — Do we really need industrial agriculture to feed the world?
EPA Food Recovery Challenge
- Come to the Table Guidebook. The Come to the Table Guidebook is a 40-page electronic publication that includes an overview of the theology and issues surrounding farming and food security in North Carolina, perspectives from faith leaders, easy tools for identifying the needs and resources in your community, example projects for congregations to relieve hunger and support local food production, and a resource list.
- Resources for Starting a Faith Based Community Garden – 2013 links many of the most recent resources (books, guides, blogs) for several different aspects of how to start a faith based community garden.
- Chomping Climate Change takes an alternative look at rapid climate mitigation through food choices. Read their analysis that attributes over half of all GHG emissions to animal agriculture. This is somewhat controversial as explained in this counterpoint article, but still interesting to consider.
- The Union of Concerned Scientist’s Climate Friendly Gardener is a good resource for people who want to garden in the most environmentally friendly way. They also offer Healthy Food in Your Community: A Toolkit for Policy Change
Study Guides & Curricula on Food & Faith
- Eating Well for Yourself, Your Neighbor and the Planet, a curriculum developed by the North Carolina Council of Churches.
- This 2005 publication by the Advocate Health Care, Church World Service and Presbyterian Hunger Program explores many aspects of Just Eating.
- Repairing Eden and Good Food Toolkit is a joint project between Green Faith and the John’s Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public health.
- Texas Impact, our Texas IPL affiliate, has developed this excellent guide called Taste and See: A Justice Framework for Faith and Food.