Shared Earth has a few listings for San Diego already!
Yard Sharing based out of Portland but can be used for listings anywhere.
Y2G.org newer site, no San Diego listings as of 11/29/10
Recipe For America by Jill Richardson
Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver
Omnivore's Dilemma by Michael Pollan
Victory Gardens San Diego Garden installations and lawn conversions
Senior Gleaners group of 55+ aged men and women who harvest fruit and give it to the poor, elderly and disabled (website is down sometimes)
Slow Food Urban San Diego Advocates local, seasonal and sustainable food production and consumption
San Diego Roots, Sustainable Food Project "to strengthen the local food movement in the San Diego region and to create a sustainable urban-rural partnership that brings healthy local food to our communities and sustains the working landscapes and people that feed us"
Food Not Bombs dedicated to providing free food to the hungry
California Rare Fruit Growers Advocates growing edibles (fruit trees) instead of traditional, ornamental trees in landscapes and public spaces
Community Farms & Gardens Promotes and establishes new and existing Community Gardens
Activist San Diego Hub for progressive organizations and people in San Diego
International Rescue Committee helps refugees acclimate to their new country and fights for food security and health for their constituents
Veggie Trader a free resource for bringing good food and good people together. Use this site to find neighbors to swap with or sell your excess produce to. Even if you don't have a garden, you can find local food near you.
Events aim to focus attention on locally grown foods (NCTimes, July 2006 -- mentions our '06 Eat In, Act Out Week)
Organic Gardens vs. Chem-Fed Lawns (from Inter Press Service and archived on CommonDreams 3/28/07 -- mentions our 3/3 conference, with photo!)
Local food makes a global impact: The case for shopping locally (NCTimes, Dec 2004)
'Urban farm' will go up on city land (SD Union-Tribune, July 30, 2007)
A Farm on Every Corner? (East Bay Express, 2005-11-16)
Brewing behemoth sneaks into organics (SFGate, Mar 2006)
Chews Wisely: Local or organic? It's a false choice (Grist, Mar 2006)
E.coli outbreak is another reason to buy food locally (Press-Citizen, Sept 2006)
Farming the Conrete Jungle (In These Times, Aug 2007)
Grist: Victual Reality (online weekly food column)
Time to become a "locavore" (Seattle Times, Oct 2006)
West Oakland Gets Fresh (Yes Magazine, Summer 2005)
Cool season crops (Camp Stevens presentation, Oct 2009)