There are many places full of wonderful information available.
I would highly recommend The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding from the La Leche League International to any individual who is considering breastfeeding. It is an easy read with tons of information and has amazing troubleshooting tips that can be searched in the index!
Kelly Mom Parenting and Breastfeeding is a great resource for pregnancy, breastfeeding, and parenting through all ages and stages.
Most states offers laws protecting the breastfeeding mother and allowing them to feed in public without consequnce. These laws, by state, can be found on the National Conference of State Legislatures website.
Lactation consultants can be a very helpful resource when a mother is struggling with breastfeeding. They can help to identify common problems that lead to a difficult time with breastfeeding. The International Lactation Consultant Association is a great place to find such consultants.
Working mother’s will need to pump milk to feed their baby while they are away. In some cases mother’s have an oversupply of milk or unused milk once baby is weaned and their freezer space becomes overwhelmed with breast milk. This was the case for me. I had to find something to do with the extra milk I was pumping. I looked into breast milk donation and found a wonderful group of ladies, Keri and Alice at Milkin’ Mamas. Donated breast milk goes to be formulated to an all HUMAN milk fortifier (most fortifier is made from cow’s milk) for NICU babies by Prolacta Bioscience. Milkin’ Mamas is so easy to work with, they do ALL of the work so that all you have to do is donate!