3rd EyE Unlimited
3rd Eye is composed of youth and young adults who see a need for change in the community and are dedicated to doing the work necessary to make change happen. The name “3rd Eye” stems from a concept found in many cultures and often used in Hip Hop lyrics which means that you have the infinite capability to use your mind to critically evaluate life’s situations. Through a grassroots approach to youth organizing and development, 3rd Eye has been a powerful change maker in the community, building skills, providing positive learning experiences, and inspiring awareness and activism among youth.
Alive with Water
Enjoy a greener lifestyle from drinking to cleaning, gardening to pet care, and from cooking to beauty care. Learn how super hydration can improve mental clarity, well being and ideal weight. Quench free radicals with antioxidant, micro-clustered, alkaline water. Change your water, change your life!
Whether you’re a home or business owner considering solar, a ski resort operator looking to harness the cold winds, or a school seeking to inspire students and lower energy costs, Alteris can make it possible. We will customize a solution for your location, energy needs, and budget, while using a craftsman’s eye to produce the best possible installation. Our customers have made Alteris the number one solar and wind energy installer in the Northeast for homes and businesses.
AmeriCorps NCCC is a full-time, team-based residential program for men and women age 18–24. AmeriCorps NCCC strengthens communities and develops leaders through direct, team-based national and community service. In partnership with non-profits—secular and faith based, local municipalities, state governments, federal government, national or state parks, Indian Tribes and schools—members complete service projects throughout the region they are assigned.
Belfast Cohousing & Ecovillage
Belfast Cohousing & Ecovillage is a self-developing community of 36 households creating an old-fashioned neighborhood of tightly clustered houses, on five of their 30 acres surrounded by rolling farmland two miles from downtown Belfast.
Dr. Bill Wolfe practices "Biological Dentistry" which emphasizes the use of bio-compatible materials and focuses on the influence that dental materials and toxins have on systemic health.
Blisscapes Landscape Design and Nursery – Commercial and Residential. Established in 1984, specializing in native and bird attracting plants. Sensible, eco-friendly designs that bring nature to you. Walk ways, terraces, with proper balance and flow, outdoor living spaces captivating and inviting.
City of New Bedford
Learn more about the city’s many art, history and cultural destinations. Free information will be available to help you plan your visi to this historic and fun city!
City of New Bedford
With a population of approximately 100,000, the City of New Bedford is the world’s most famous whaling era seaport and the number one fishing port in America. This city is a wonderfully diverse, culturally rich community with a proud present, past and future.
Dyer Maker Studio
Environmental Alchemest, Rhonda Fazio, is a graduate candidate for Art Education at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Her work as a textile artisan and student led her to research the sustainable practices of ancient cultures and the developement of textile productions throughout early American history. Ms. Fazio currently has a studio in downtown New Bedford where she researches and specializes in the art and craft of natural pigments and sustainable textile design.
At Earthfrendz,we believe in fair trade practices. We work with underprivileged artisans and established manufacturers who practice fair trade throughout India. Our mission is give these people a global platform to display their talent by bringing to you sustainable, stylish, durable, highest quality eco-friendly products that you can feel good about incorporating into your daily life.
Edible South Shore
After discovering her first copy of an edible publication at the age of 43, Laurie Hepworth finally realized what she wanted to be when she grew up - the publisher of a magazine focusing on local foods within her own Southeastern Massachusetts. With Michael Hart, her longtime life partner and award-winning artist, she started traversing the South Shore in search of the stories that define their native homeland; a long overdue journey exploring the wonder in their own backyards. Thus was born edible SOUTH SHORE.
For over thirty years, Ellen Tadd has taught, lectured and counseled on the actualization of spiritual potential in everyday life. She is the author of Death and Letting Go, a guide for understanding death as a continuation of life, which was on the Boston Globe Best Seller List for Non-Fiction Paperback in 2003.
Emergent Energy Group
Through a transparent, community-based development process, we find holistic energy and sustainability solutions to address your technical, environmental, and economic challenges. Our team works within your community to help you profit from locally available resources.
Fortress Green Building Supply
“High Efficiency” Green Building Materials & Supplies. Our ICF & SIP Buildings are 60% to 80% more efficient than conventional buildings, and all our supplies will actually pay for themselves in short time with energy saving dividends. We have contractor, builder, non-profit & homeowner green programs. We also have green consulting, green-coach / green guide mentor, & green home evaluation & optimum option programs, that can advance your home or building several steps beyond the minimum, mass-save type basics programs. We are currently working with U-Mass Dartmouth on several Green Educational Programs & Projects, as well as the 2005 Solar Decathlon Project, and several Green Habitat for Humanities, including the 1st LEEDs HFH in the state, and the upcoming Buzz Bay 1st Green HFH Home, in Marion.
Free Press is a national, nonpartisan, non-profit organization working to reform the media. Through education, organizing and advocacy, we promote diverse and independent media ownership, strong public media, quality journalism, and universal access to communications.
'Fridgecouch,’ a pilot project by New Bedford-based salvage deisgner Adrian Johnson, is a recycling-based design initiative. Adrian pushes the limits of re-use with new concepts for the recycling of short life-cycle, large-scale waste products.
Green Jobs, Green Economy Initiative
The Marion Institute – in collaboration with local organizations, the New Bedford Economic Development Council, and the New Bedford Mayor's Office – has recently launched the Green Jobs, Green Economy Initiative (GJGEI). With a particular focus on driving demand for green products and services, as well as developing a well-trained local workforce, the GJGEI seeks to design and implement innovative models that maximize benefits and opportunities for local residents through the development of an inclusive green economy. Our belief is that by building an economy that reduces our impact on the environment and puts people back to work, there is an opportunity to strengthen our economy and our communities, and to restore the earth all at the same time.
We make a great all vegetable, cold process handmade soap, herbal salves and different balms and lotions for the skin. Why not start treating your skin to a more natural moisturizing cleansing!
International Honors Program (IHP)
IHP is a comparative international study abroad program for college undergraduates. Courses on environmental, social justice, health, globalization and urban studies. Programs are in three to four countries during a semester or two semesters. Academic credit.
Kada Imports brings you closer to the Himalayas with selected unique goods that not only support local economies, here and abroad, but also contribute to a green & healthy lifestyle. All the products are made (and used in everyday life) by Himalayan villagers, who are paid fairly and treated well. A substantial portion of the proceeds is reinvested back into the community through projects like the Taktse International School.
KidWind is a team of teachers, engineers, and scientists committed to energy education for the next generation. Over the past 5 years the KidWind Project has trained more than 4500 teachers in 37 states about integrating wind energy science and technology into classrooms.
The Marlboro College MBA in Managing for Sustainability integrates rigorous business education with a systems-based understanding of social justice, ecological responsibility and holistic economics. Classes met one weekend per month in Brattleboro, Vt, supported by an online component.
Mass Energy Consumers Alliance
Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources
The Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources' (MDAR) mission is to ensure the long-term viability of local agriculture in Massachusetts. Through its strong partnerships with municipal and federal entities, farmers and farming associations, MDAR's services provide support for continued successful cultivation of a thriving and diversified agricultural industry, economically ad environmentally sound food safety and animal health measures, and fulfilling agriculture's role in energy conservation and production.
Massachusetts Green Jobs Coalition
The Massachusetts Green Jobs Coalition (MAGJC) is a statewide alliance that advocates for and actively creates a just and inclusive Green Economy that creates pathways out of poverty. We do this by convening, connecting, catalyzing and mobilizing for the creation of green industries, careers and entrepreneurial opportunities that heal the Earth and our communities.
Mastate Charitable Foundation
The Mastate Charitable Foundation (MCF) works to advance benevolent, educational and scientific efforts in impoverished, subtropical regions of the world, with its efforts currently focused in and around the small rural community of Mastatal, Costa Rica. MCF strives to promote opportunities in the areas of education, research, community development, natural building, sustainable living and conservation as they relate to the local environment. Most recent projects include home and school improvements, educational travel scholarships and the construction of a Community Learning and Sharing Center (CLSC).
I design and print original limited edition silkscreen prints with themes about the human spirit and some with a vision of a sustainable future.
Native Sons Jewelry and Wampum
Domingo Talldog Monroe is an award winning jewelry artist of the Narragansett Indian Tribe. He works primarily with wampum and sterling silver, but also incorporates a variety of semi-precious stones and other metals in his pieces. The results of his endeavors are one-of-a-kind works of art that never fail to get noticed.
New England Grassroots Environment Fund
NEGEF is both a Funders/Activists’ Collaborative and a Community Network Builder. Our mission is: to energize and nurture long-term civic engagement in local initiatives that create and maintain healthy, just, safe and environmentally sustainable communities.
Since its inception 14 years ago, NEGEF has built up a core grantmaking program that has funded over 1,000 different community groups located in over 40% of New England’s cities and towns putting over $2.5 million directly into these communities. These grants are typically between $500 and $2,500 for its regionwide small grants program, with a range of $500 to $10,000 for its urban grants program: the Boston Grants Initiative. NEGEF invests in constituencies from rural, suburban and urban areas, working on a wide range of projects.
Oxib' B'atz'/Tres Hilos/Three Threads
Oxib' B'atz'/Tres Hilos/Three Threads is a handicrafts cooperative formed by Maya women living in New Bedford. We are devoted to preserving traditional handicrafts and translating those designs into beautiful and useful products. The "three threads" stands for past, present, and future -- we who are alive today weave the knowledge of our ancestors to create new hope for the future.
Partners in Health
Partners in Health works to bring health and social justice to poor communities in twelve countries around the world – not as an act of charity, but as a fulfillment of fundamental human rights. Through long-term partnerships with local governments and organizations, we provide comprehensive primary medical car services, as well as treatment for complex diseases like HIV and tuberculosis.
Phoenix Composting Toilets and Ben’s Bins
Phoenix Composting Toilets provide approved, safe, and effective aerobic stabilization of human waste for residences, public facilities, parks, schools, remote sites, and environmentally sensitive areas. Advanced Composting Systems, manufacturer of the Phoenix, is a dedicated green business that practices thoughtful energy and resource conservation strategies, and is soon to be a 100 percent off-the-grid manufacturing plant. Ben's Bins manufactures worm tea collecting worm bins in all sizes, and encourages the use of vermiculture and worm castings to recycle food and plant wastes, build microbial rich soils, and to offset the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. We encourage the use of worm bins in the classroom as a teaching tool for lifecycle ecology, waste-stream ecology, responsible stewardship, farming and gardening, and numerous other topics. “We Have Worms
Progressive Asset Management
The Progressive Asset Management (PAM) Network is a national association of socially responsible investment advisors who provide individuals and institutions with a way to invest for financial return and social progress at the same time. PAM's commitment is to develop short and long-term financial strategies that are tailored to your needs and tolerance for risk. We provide balanced, prudent advice and are backed by state-of-the-art investment and social research.
Project Have Hope
Project Have Hope works with a group of 100 women in the Acholi Quarter of Uganda and helps them transform their lives and the lives of their families. Through the sale of their beautiful, handmade paper bead jewelry, the women can feed their families, send their children to school, and look forward to a richer future.
SIT Study Abroad
SIT Study Abroad programs examine critical global issues in a specific cultural and geographical context. Studying with host country faculty and living with families, students gain a deep appreciation for local cultures, develop language skills, and become immersed in diverse topics ranging from the politics of identity to post-conflict transformation, from global health to environmental policy.
Our mission is to make the world a cleaner place by offering our clients an eco-friendly way to get their laundry done. Soapberries are a chemical free, a paraben free, and a fragrance free way to clean laundry. If this piques your curiosity, read on, to learn more about what these great little berries can do for you and our earth--while also saving you money.
Linda Cornell is a Board Certified Reflexologist and has a private practice located in South Dartmouth, MA. Reflexology is an ancient technique of applying pressure to the reflex points on the feet and hands. It is the gentle stimulation of these points that helps clear the body’s energy flow so that the whole system can function effectively resulting in a feeling of wellbeing through the restoration of vitality and balance. Reflexology encourages the body to naturally heal itself.
Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA)
For over 40 years, the Solid Waste Association of North America has been the leading professional association in the solid waste field. The association serves over 8,000 members throughout North America, and thousands more with conferences, certifications, publications and technical training courses.
Southeastern Environmental Education Alliance (SEEAL)
SEEAL, formed in 1997, is a program of the Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts. Its mission is to support member organizations in their capacity to provide quality environmental education and stewardship in Southeastern Massachusetts.
Southeastern Massachusetts Agricultural Partnership (SEMAP)
SEMAP is dedicated to preserving and expanding access to local food and sustainable farming in Southeastern Massachusetts through research and education.
Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District (SRPEDD)
SRPEDD is the regional planning agency serving the 27 cities and towns in Southeastern Massachusetts. Our planning efforts reflect a regional perspective with a view to improving the quality of life and livability in the region. Our mission is to plan for a future of Southeastern Massachusetts that includes expansion of economic opportunities, protection of natural and historic resources, a well connected and sustainable transportation system and development of excellent physical and cultural amenities.
Publisher of books on Biodynamic Farming and Gardening, agriculture, nature, science, bees, nutrition, health, self development and works of Rudolf Steiner.
Students for Sustainability
Cape Cod Community College’s Students for Sustainability advocates an increased awareness towards the value of living a more sustainable lifestyle. The students learn about their choices in the diverse classes and activities hosted at the college. Opportunities in resource management from coastal zone issues to renewable energy technologies are popular.
Syracuse Cultural Workers
Syracuse Cultural Workers is a peace and justice publisher founded in 1982 with the purpose of connecting art with activisim. We create and distribute products (posters, t-shirts, postcards, buttons and stickers) that inspire and nurture activism while raising awareness on current political and spiritual issues
Taktse International School Kada imports
Kada Imports brings you closer to the Himalayas with selected unique goods that not only support local economies, here and abroad, but also contribute to a green & healthy lifestyle. All the products are made (and used in everyday life) by Himalayan villagers, who are paid fairly and treated well.
Environmentally friendly and nature themed jewelry, t-shirts, paintings, booklets.
The White Mountain School
The White Mountain School offers programs to teach children how to lead the way to a more sustainable world. Our Sustainablity Studies Department is most unique among college prep schools.
The Willow Grove (tie dye)
The Worm Ladies of Charlestown, Inc.
Our mission is to encourage everyone to take care of their own garbage using worms. When you have too many worms we will buy them back. Too many castings? We will buy those as well!
TS Designs is a custom t-shirt printer. In 1993, CEO Tom Sineath and President Eric Henry sought to align themselves with, and cater to, a then-fringe group of radical, leftist wackos: The Green Movement. Today, TS Designs still sells largely to the now-mainstream group of radical wackos that is The Green Movement, but also prints for any organization looking for a better quality product with a better environmental and social impact.
Two Angry Moms
There is a crisis of obesity, type II diabetes, asthma, learning, behavioral and emotional disorders among America's children. Angrymoms.org seeks to establish an imperative for taking better care of our kids by offering better food in schools and cleaning up the school food environment. We advocate for making the school food environment a district-wide and nationwide priority.
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth distinguishes itself as a vibrant public university actively engaged in personalized teaching and innovative research and acting as an intellectual catalyst for regional economic, social and cultural development.
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth distinguishes itself as a vibrant public university actively engaged in personalized teaching and innovative research, acting as an intellectual catalyst for regional economic, social and cultural development.
Vermont Intercultural Semester
Vermont Intercultural Semesters conducts high school and gap semesters programs in Ladakh, a mountainous region in the Indian Himalayan stage of Jammu and Kashmir. In both programs, participants live on a student-run solar-powered campus with peers from all over Ladakh, and together they explore environmental ethics, globalization, sustainable energy use and agricultural practices, and ways in which landscapes can shape character and politics.
Veruka Doll Land
Hand-crafted folk art dolls made from recycled and reclaimed materials, stuffed with new soft silky bamboo fiber. Each doll is hand sewn, individual, and unique work of textile art.
Viridian Energy Independent Associate#25334
Viridian Energy is a socially responsible energy company providing clean energy choices at competitive prices. Viridian was founded with the vision to empower our customers to make a difference in the environment and their personal lives simply by switching energy providers. Energy deregulation allows you to select an alternative supplier while staying with your current utility. Viridian Energy provides our customers competitive prices for smarter energy choices
WCAI/NPR Cape and Islands
WCAI, the Cape & Islands NPR station, broadcasting on 90.1, 91.1, 94.3, and 89.7 HD3, combines the breadth and depth of WGBH Radio with news and programs that celebrate the communities of this region.
We are committed to helping take care of the world around us, and our active support of organic farming and sustainable agriculture helps protect our planet. And while we assist our global neighbors through our Whole Planet Foundation’s micro-lending operations, we also step out the back door of each of our stores to support food banks, sponsor neighborhood events and donate to local non-profit groups.
wowgreen’s mission is to free the world of toxic chemicals, one household at a time. wowgreen’s products are manufactured from a proprietary blend of enzymes that provide a safe, effective and all natural cleaning solution for every household need. To fulfill the company’s “green promise,” products are packaged in reusable containers and shipped in recyclable paper containers.
Yestermorrow Design/Build School in Vermont’s scenic Mad River Valley has been in the forefront of the sustainable design/build movement since its inception in 1980. Yestermorrow’s workshops and certificate programs offer intensive, hands-on learning opportunities in Design/Build, Sustainable Building & Design, Energy Efficiency & Renewables, Ecosystems & Working Landscapes, and Architectural Craft & Woodworking. Come to Yestermorrow if you crave innovative alternatives to the status quo and are looking to connect with others who want to teach and to learn.
Yoga Kids guides children to find their inner-calmness. Children learn to manage nervousness and worry at an early age to avoid the pitfalls of a stressful life.We help children build their self-esteem through facing their fears.
Your Health Potential
At Your Health Potential, puttingyour health first brings you to life! That's why we focus on: freedom from sugar sensitivity, food addictions, long term weight loss, nutrient testing, nutrition by condition, whole and raw food, organic transitions, food sensitivity testing analysis and health improvement.