Atlas of Food

Last year, I helped support a planned Atlas of Food, which was being produced by a group of Guerrilla Cartographers.
The aim was to create an atlas of food, from a range of contributors.

The Geography Collective contributed a special selection of images from the Mission:Explore Food book, with a sample of missions, and this was included in the final book.

There are lots of overlaps here with the work I'm doing at the moment with Follow the Things too, as many of the maps tell the cultural story of food, and connections with wider stories...

The e-Atlas can now be downloaded as a PDF from the website.

This is an excellent resource, and I will be using this with Year 7 students next year....


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