There’s something exciting about looking at maps that tell stories - especially ones that tell stories about food. University of California Berkeley requested cartographers and food researchers to send in maps that explored unique food systems. What UC Berkeley received back was a mishmash of perspectives on food. Here are a few of my favorites that were published in January 2013 into a free downloadable document called Guerrilla Cartography. To see these maps in higher resolution, please click on Download the Free e-Atlas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To see more maps on food, visit guerrillacartography.net.

 

- Katie Gronsky

 

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