Brattleboro Food Co-op (Vermont)

This community-owned business sells food and serves the local community by providing free services and keeping resources in the community.

Donella Meadows Institute (Vermont)

The Donella Meadows Project preserves Donella (Dana) H. Meadows’s legacy by maintaining a comprehensive and easily accessible archive of her work online and by developing new resources and programs that apply her ideas to current issues.

Ecoversities Alliance (International)

The alliance, an informal community of learning practitioners from around the world, seeks to develop innovative pedagogies that critique current education systems and cultivate new practices to address today’s challenges.

Greater Falls Community Justice Center (Vermont)

A citizen-governed nonprofit addressing conflict and crime by promoting shared responsibility for a safe and healthy community, engaging citizens to restore relationships, repair past harms, and build community connections through education and involvement.

Instituto de Naturaleza y Sociedad de Oaxaca (Mexico)

Founded in 1991 to support communities with regenerative social and ecological initiatives in the diverse state of Oaxaca, INSO's flagship "Slow Water" project aims to address the Central Valley's watershed crisis, where the speed that water flows impacts communities and ecosystems.

Retreat Farm (Vermont)

An independent nonprofit organization offering opportunities to learn, play, and grow, strengthening communities ties and fostering an appreciation of the land, farmers, and animals that nourish us.

Slow Living Summit (Vermont)

The June 2020 Slow Living Summit will explore how large beverage, food, and local producers are utilizing new and innovative techniques in their farming and production practices to help reduce climate change.

Strolling of the Heifers (Vermont)

Strolling of the Heifers offers funding, apprenticeships, and other resources to encourage entrepreneurship, innovation, and sustainability in farm and food businesses.

Windham Grows (Vermont)

This socially responsible project provides training, mentorship, capital resources, and opportunities for collaboration to food and agriculture entrepreneurs in New England free of charge.