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Community Supported Solar

Monadnock Sustainability Network has completed the Community Supported Solar video featuring the Monadnock Food Co-op project and the NH Community Supported Solar Guide with the support of the Grassroots fund. 

Climate Ready Boston

The Climate Ready Boston initiative will develop resilient solutions to prepare our City for climate change. This report is an important tool to guide our decisions that will impact how we adapt to a changing climate in Boston. This report includes updated climate change projections for our region, a comprehensive vulnerability assessment of Boston, and recommended solutions to protect our city, while continuing to make Boston a thriving, healthy, and innovative city.

Steve's Weave

Steve's Weave is the first-ever green listings website.

There's never been a recognized place for the entire green community to get together – and Steve's Weave intends to become that place.  A place where we can gather the incomparable energies of green advocates – energies greater than anything coming out of the ground, any day – and use them to do great things.  

At Steve's Weave you can:

Resilient Vermont

The Resilient Vermont Network is a new collaboration of organizations and agencies in Vermont that are working to advance climate resilience. The Network is working to improve alignment, coordination, communication and strategic impact across a range of issues related to climate resilience.

Community Resilience Organizations (CROs)

Community Resilience Organizations (CROs) are local teams that engage residents and town leaders in climate adaptation, disaster preparedness and hazard mitigation, while strengthening local collaboration and social cohesion.

Food Solutions New England

Food Solutions New England (FSNE) is a regional, collaborative network organized around a single goal: to transform the New England food system into a resilient driver of racial equity and food justice, health, sustainable farming and fishing, and thriving communities.

NH Fresh & Local Seafood

New Hampshire Fresh and Local Seafood provides a direct channel to purchase local fish making it a distinct and unique product. It's an example of an effort to increase awareness (and purchase) of local, sustainable seafood.

A community-of-practice that is made up of fisherman, organizers, researchers, and consumers from across North America that are committed to providing local, healthful, low-impact, and economy sustainable seafood via community supported fisheries (CSFs) and other direct marketing arrangements.

Repair Cafe

Repair Cafés are free meeting places and they’re all about repairing things (together). The website offers tools and tips as well as a world map of communities who have started their own repair cafes


Web & mobile map publishing platform that allows people, businesses, organizations to create useful, personalized maps that are easy to share.

Maine Office of Securities

The Office of Securities protects Maine investors by investigating and prosecuting violations of the securities laws; licensing broker-dealers, agents, investment advisers, and investment adviser representatives; and reviewing registration statements and exemption filings for securities issuers that are seeking to sell in Maine.  The Office has worked with groups implementing revolving loan funds at the local level.

Slow Money Maine

Slow Money Maine is building a network of individuals, philanthropists, businesses, nonprofit organizations, and government entities who are focused on investing in farms and fisheries, and the ecosystems that sustain them as a means of growing local food systems, economies and community.  SMM is a chapter of Slow Money National.  Resources are available for groups interested in peer-to-peer lending, investment clubs and creative financing.

Safe Routes to School

The National Center for Safe Routes to School programs are sustained efforts by parents, schools, community leaders and local, state, and federal governments to improve the health and well-being of children by enabling and encouraging them to walk and bicycle to school. Program tools offer direct steps to help improve the walkabilty of a community.

New England Solar Challenge

The foundation of SmartPower's New England Solar Challenge is the Solarize model utilizing key elements that include: 1) town-supported outreach and education, 2) pre-selected solar installer, 3) discount pricing, and 4) a clear end date.

Home Energy Efficiency Team (HEET)

HEET’s core service is organizing free energy-upgrade work-parties to teach hands-on skills to volunteers. These work-parties take place in the buildings of non-profits such as food pantries, churches and community centers.

Plymouth Area Renewable Energy Initiative (PAREI)

PAREI encourages energy conservation and energy efficiency practices and promotes the use of renewable energy in the Plymouth, NH region. This is done through education, community building, increasing accessibility to professional energy-related services and by developing and sharing the model with other communities.

Sustainable Energy Resource Group (SERG)

SERG helps Vermont and New Hampshire homeowners and towns use less energy save money and protect the environment through education, outreach and community organizing. SERG provides technical assistance to energy committees, organizes home energy assessments, provides access to home efficiency calculators and convenes people through events and workshops.

Bob Walker (Executive Director)
(802) 785-4126

Co-op Power

Co-op Power has created an innovative structure that enables communities to create community-owned clean energy products and services, businesses and jobs. All Community Scale business developments are created, decided upon, and supported by members in a Local Organizing Council.

US EPA Climate Adaptation Programs

EPA's Climate Adaptations Programs give an overview of various (federal) programs aimed at climate adaptation - taking action to help adapt to current and potential risks.

Southeastern Environmental Education Alliance (SEEAL)

Through a network of partner organizations SEEAL mobilizes community resources and increases capacity for environmental education programs and activities. SEEAL has designed and executed environmental education and stewardship activities for the youth of New Bedford, and for all residents in the watersheds throughout Southeastern Massachusetts, including Buzzards Bay, Taunton River, Jones River, and Westport River.

Jennifer Marshall (Director)
(508) 493-4343

Community Action Works (formally Toxics Action Center)

At Community Action Works (formally known as Toxic Action Center), we believe that environmental threats are big, but the power of well-organized community groups is bigger.

That’s why we work side by side with everyday people to confront those who are polluting and harming the health of our communities. We partner with the people who are most impacted by environmental problems—which are Black, Indigenous, People of Color and poor communities—training them with the know-how anyone would need to make change in their own backyard.

Upper Valley Farm to School

Upper Valley Farm to School share useful ideas for integrating farm to school into your school classroom, cafeteria, community or garden.

Green Mountain Farm to School

Working to promote the health and well being of Vermont’s children, farms and communities, Green Mountain Farm to School provides programs that integrate fresh food from local farms and school gardens into cafeterias while providing the knowledge and skills students need to make healthy lifestyle choices.

VT FEED (Food Education Every Day)

Vermont FEED offers professional development and technical assistance to schools and communities to support the development of robust Farm to School programs.

Neighboring Food Co-op Association

The Neighboring Food Co-op Association (NFCA) includes over 30 food co-ops and start-up initiatives in New England that are working together toward a shared vision of a thriving regional economy, rooted in a healthy, just and sustainable food system and a vibrant community of co-operative enterprise.

Salvation Farms

Salvation Farms utilizes local resources, skills and knowledge to create strong partnerships across industries and sectors and effectively move surplus food from farms to those who need it. The organization is available to assist community gleaning efforts in Vermont and across New England.

Boston Natural Areas Network

Boston Natural Areas Network (BNAN) works to preserve, expand and improve urban open space through community organizing, acquisition, ownership, programming, development and management of special kinds of urban land - community gardens, urban wilds and greenways. BNAN staff is available as a technical resource to community gardeners in the Greater Boston area.

Southside Community Land Trust

Southside Community Land Trust provides access to land, education and other resources so people in Greater Providence can grow food in environmentally sustainable ways and create community food systems where locally produced, affordable, and healthy food is available to all. SSCLT staff is available as a technical resource to community gardeners across Greater Providence.

Maine Association of Non-Profits

Strengthens nonprofits by providing professional development programs and educational resources to nonprofit executives, staff, boards and volunteers.

Highfields Center for Composting

Highfields mission mission is to close the loop on community-based, sustainable food and agricultural systems, thus addressing soil health, water quality, solid waste, farm viability, and climate change. Highfields researches, educates, and provides technical services for composting and comprehensive food waste recycling programs. The Close the Loop program helps community groups gain the technical know-how to implement successful composting projects.

League of American Bicyclists

The League is blazing the trail for bicycle transportation law and education nationally. Folks who are going to be leading kids, large group rides, or are just trying to be confident riders individually can get training from The League. They also offer liability insurance and board/officer insurance for bicycle education organizations.


Understanding of various issues and programs related to sustainable agriculture in Maine

Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance

NAMA is a fishermen-led organization working at the intersection of marine conservation and social, economic, and environmental justice.

Sprawl Busters

Sprawl-Busters Consultants help local community coalitions on-site to design and implement successful campaigns against megastores and other undesirable large-scale developments.

Conservation Law Foundation

Since 1966, Conservation Law Foundation has used the law, science, policymaking, and the business market to find pragmatic, innovative solutions to New England’s toughest environmental problems.

Carbon Salon

This website tallies utility bills and shows how you’re doing over time
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