All for the Taking: This home's not for sale
Asian Americans United: Building leadership in Asian American communities to build our neighborhoods and unite against oppression
Chris Hill Media: Web and print services for businesses and organizations driven by sustainable values
City Harvest: A unique partnership between PHS; the Philadelphia Prison System; SHARE, a food distribution network; and the Health Promotion Council of Southeastern Pennsylvania
The Environmental Leadership Program: A Training Program for Leaders in Environmental Protection
Fair Food Philly: Cultivating a Philadelphia regional economy that is inclusive, just, environmentally healthy, and based on local business ownership
Farm to City: A Philadelphia- based program whose goal is to unite communities, families, and farmers year-round through good locally grown food
The Food Trust: Working to improve the health of children and adults, promote good nutrition, increase access to nutritious foods, and advocate for better public policy
Greater Philadelphia Environmental Network: A New Community Resource for "All Things Environmental"
Greensgrow Farms: A nursery, a farmer's market, and a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program in the Kensington neighborhood, proving that abandoned land is only abandoned if we choose to leave it that way
Henry's Got Crops: A collaborative Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm located on the grounds of Saul High School in Roxborough
Lancaster Avenue Autonomous Space: A Center for Radical Media and Organizing
Local Harvest (Mill Creek Farm's listing): Real Food. Real Farmers. Real Community.
Mariposa Co-op: A member owned and operated retail food cooperative operating out of a storefront in West Philadelphia since the early 1970s
Media Mobilizing Project: Movements begin with the telling of untold stories
Neighborhood Bike Works: A nonprofit educational organization in Philadelphia that seeks to increase opportunities for urban youth through bicycling, and which promotes cycling as an environmentally-friendly means of transportation
Neighborhood Gardens Association: Land trust that holds deeds for community gardens in Philadelphia
Norrisquare Neighborhood Project: A community-driven, bilingual learning center that provides the Norris Square community with valuable programs
Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture: Transforming agriculture and food systems in Pennsylvania and beyond in a way that makes our farmers more viable, improves the land and restores the health and wellbeing of all our citizens
Pennsylvania Women's Agricultural Network: Supports women in agriculture by providing a positive learning environment, networking, and empowerment
Philadelphia Food Not Bombs: Two locations in Philly, providing free vegetarian and vegan food, standing in opposition to the vast waste of engaging in war
Philadelphia Orchard Project: Planting orchards in the city of Philadelphia that grow healthy food, green spaces and community food security
Philly Homegrown: Free the land!
Preston's Paradise: A resource center for improving community health, happiness, and sustainability
Spiral Q Puppet Theater: Working from the belief that freedom of speech is both an inalienable individual right and a collective responsibility, Spiral Q strives to use the age-old arts of puppet-making and theatrical pageantry as vehicles for social change
Sustainable Business Network: A Non-Profit Network of Local Triple-Bottom-Line Businesses and Social Entrepreneurs
Training for Change: Providing activist training for groups standing up for justice, peace, and the environment through strategic non-violence
Urban Nutrition Initiative: A university-community partnership based at the University of Pennsylvania that engages K-16+ learners in an active, real-world problem-solving curriculum that strives to improve community nutrition and wellness
Weavers Way Food Co-op: Two, soon to be Three, Community-Owned Markets in Philadelphia
The Work Group (Camden, NJ): Equips at-risk youth in transition to adulthood with the skills, education, and confidence to become self-directed, self-sufficient individuals who are productive and responsible members of their families and communities
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