In addition to Climate Action Now’s list of allies, our shared advocacy and strategic partners include:
Smart Solar Western Mass – Amherst, Shutesbury and Pelham residents working to preserve acres of forest slated for large scale industrial solar installations
Save the Pine Barrens Massachusetts Coalition – works to protect unique forested ecosystems in Southeastern MA and beyong
Grow Food Northampton – the 121-acre Community Farm in Florence is a central hub to provide food security, garden and farm skills, land stewardship, and a resilient local food system rooted in racial, economic, and environmental justice..
NOFA/Mass – the Massachusetts Chapter of the Northeast Organic Farming Association
We are collaborating with their Policy committee (Contact email@example.com) on initiatives that support soil health.
Regeneration Mass – Massachusetts Chapter of Regeneration International
Contact Ed Stockman
Save Mass Forests – Project of RESTORE: the North Woods
Concerned Citizens of Franklin County
Contact Janet Sinclair
Community Actions Works (formerly Toxic Actions Center)
Indivisible Noho – the local chapter of the progressive grassroots political and social advocacy organization Indivisible
Kiss the Ground – creating societal awareness about the extraordinary potential of soil, has educated and inspired a global community through their media and advocacy.
Massachusetts Pollinator Network and Western Mass Pollinator Network
PFPI – Founded in 2010, the Partnership for Policy Integrity (PFPI) uses science, legal action, and strategic communications to promote sound energy policy and to help citizens enact science-based policies that protect air, water, ecosystems, and the climate. Our current work with them focuses on biomass energy. http://www.pfpi.net/category/states/massachusetts
Sierra Club MA – The forest protection team meets biweekly on Thursday nights on Zoom
Common Share Food Co op Amherst
Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts
Pioneer Valley Workers Center Coop Farm
Dwight Street Gardens, a project of Springfield’s Neighbor to Neighbor