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Michigan Agricultural Stewardship Association (MASA)
12947 Byron Rd
Byron, MI 48418

Contact: Chuck Cornillie
231-258-3318 (FAX)
231-258-3305 (Office)
Email: cornillie86@yahoo.com
Description: MASA is a non-profut organization dedicated to helping farmers inplement sustainable farming practices. Publishes Michigan's Farm and County journal.

Michigan Food and Farming Systems (MIFFS)
480 Wilson Road, Room 172
East Lansing, MI 48824

517-353-1812 (FAX)
517-432-0712 (Office)
Email: miffs@msu.edu
Web:http://www.miffs.org
Description: A statewide, non-profit organization whose purpose is to improve Michigan's triple bottom line: economy, environment and the social well-being of communities by promoting family farms, local food, and sustainable agriculture.

Michigan Land Use Institute
148 E. Front Street
Suite 301
Traverse City, MI 49684 - 5725

231-941-6584 (Office)
231-929-0937 (FAX)
Email: webinfo@mlui.org
Web:http://www.mlui.org/
Description: Food & Farm program publishes Taste the Local Difference food guide, and offers farmer training.

Michigan Organic Food and Farm Alliance
PO Box 26102
Lansing, MI 48909

248-262-6826 (Office)
Email: moffaorganic@gmail.com
Web:http://www.moffa.net
Description: The Michigan Organic Food and Farm Alliance (MOFFA) is a non-profit organization that works to create more public awareness about the nature of industrialized food supply and its environmental and social hazards. MOFFA is a force for generating public awareness about the need for more decentralized food systems that allow for greater participation and choice on the part of all citizens. Publishes Eating Organically: A Guide to Michigans's Organic Food Producers and Related Businesses and Michingan Organic Connections Newsletter bimonthly. New grants program for beginning organic farmers.

Michigan State University Center for Regional Food Systems
480 Wilson Road
Natural Resources Building
East Lansing, MI 48824

517-432-1612 (Office)
Web:http://foodsystems.msu.edu/
Description: The Michigan State University Center for Regional Food Systems brings together the applied research, education, and outreach expertise of faculty and staff at MSU to advance understanding of and engagement with regional food systems throughout Michigan, the United States, and the world. The Center’s efforts leverage the earlier work and partnerships of MSU’s former C.S. Mott Group for Sustainable Food Systems and the MSU Student Organic Farm.

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