Resources

We are currently in the process of compiling a list of useful green resources for you. Check back often to see all the new resources.

The best thing you can do for the earth and its animals is to dispose of your old electronics. Find an E-Stewards Certified recycling facility. http://e-stewards.org/find-a-recycler/recycler-listing/

Local Harvest – real food, real farmers, real community. The freshest, healthiest, most flavorful organic food is what’s grown closest to you. Use this website to find farmers’ markets, family farms, & other sources of sustainably grown food in your area, where you can buy produce, grass-fed meats, and many other goodies.

National Green Pages – Green America’s Directory of Products and Services for People and Planet. The nation’s only directory of screened and approved green businesses.

Green Patriot – Love your Country. Love your Environment – All of the products listed in Green Patriot reduce the stress on our environment and our natural resources by encouraging sustainability, and by limiting or completely avoiding the use of petrochemicals in packaging and in products, while serving their primary function with excellence.

Delocator.net – Huge listing of local and non-corporate cafes in your neighborhood.

Certified Organic Food Directory – Business Insight for Natural and Organic Buyers – This on-line guide features comprehensive lists of certified growers, manufacturers, suppliers of machinery & materials, brokers, wholesalers and distributors, service and support companies and certifying agents.

American Specialty Toy Retailing Association – Leading the way through play – The national trade association for independent toy stores and manufacturers of unique, creative, well-made toys. Use ASTRA’s toy store finder to locate a unique toy store near you!

 Independent Grocers Association – Find an independent grocer committed to community near you!

The SuperMarket Coop – A fair trade online store featuring delicious and unique holiday gifts like organic cheese samplers, fragrant balsam wreaths from Maine, and handmade crafts. Organized as an alternative model of trade based on shared social justice and environmental values of its members. It was designed to help small, limited resource and minority producers and artisans market their products.

Eat Well Guide – The Eat Well Guide is a free directory of sustainably-raised meat, poultry, dairy and eggs from stores, farms and restaurants in your area.

RODALE INSTITUTE – Selected farm products available for sale.

EatWild Directory of Farms – State-by-state Directory of Farms lists more than 800 pasture-based farms. The most comprehensive source for grass-fed meat and dairy products in the United States and Canada.

Guide to What’s Fresh Near You – The Natural Resources Defense Council has created this nifty tool to help you determine what produce is local and in season in your area.

Green Gift Directory – Green Living is huge, and getting bigger every day. So what do you do when you want to spread the Green Tidings when it’s time to give birthday or holiday gifts? You can start by finding companies that deal only in Fair Trade merchandise, where eco-conscious buyers are paired with fairly treated manufacturers and craftspeople through ethical merchants and traders. Handmade bags, journals, crafts and toys are all great green gifts to consider giving.

 

GREEN WEBSITES

Earth911 – More ideas, Less Waste ™ –  Providing resources to help you live a lower-waste lifestyle.

DIY Natural – A husband and wife team on a mission to provide information that empowers people to live a healthier, happier, more fulfilling lives.

Huffington Post / Green

Empowering World Change

Green Labels

Treehugger – A leading media outlet dedicated to driving sustainability mainstream. Striving to be a one-stop shop for green news, solutions, and product information.