World Localization Day is a worldwide movement bringing communities together to advance the transition from destructive, industrial monocultures towards diversified, local, community-driven food systems.
To participate in this movement, people all around the world will be hosting “Local Food Feasts” between May 15 and June 20 in honor of World Localization Day.
A Local Food Feast could be anything from a family dinner at home to a potluck with friends and colleagues, or even a neighborhood street feast! The challenge is to source (primarily) local ingredients, and try to get to know the farmers who grew them.
Explore the Regenerative Farm Map to find local regenerative farms near you.
If you host a Local Food Feast, please help spread the word about the local food movement by posting photos of it on your social media accounts with the hashtag #WeAreRegenerators.
Also, join us online on May 31 at 3:00pm CDT for a livestream Local Foods Feast cookout with Minnesota-based regenerative farmer and perennial silvopasture expert Wil Crombie.