Hyperlocavore helps members eat locallyNing Network Spotlight
Hyperlocavore is a new social network that aims to spread the word about the benefits of being a eating locally and yardsharing. In case you’re wondering, a hyperlocavore is someone who “tries to eat as much food as locally as possible,” and yardsharing is an arrangement in which a group of people share resources in order to grow their own food, much like a community garden.
To help members create yardshares around the country, Hyperlocavore encourages members to create groups for their local regions. Hyperlocavore has an FAQ tab to help members get started yardsharing, created using the Tab Manager. This section has tons of great resources for members, from 100 reasons to be a hyperlocavore to an initial list of questions for developing a yardshare to how to manage money within a yardshare.