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 firstname.lastname@example.org) on initiatives that support soil health.
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.
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
Dwight Street Gardens, a project of Springfield’s Neighbor to Neighbor