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Blue Earth Farms - Chehalis, WA - works to educate and inspire the the Lewis County community to realize healthy environmentally and economically sustainable lifestyles through their projects: HealthWorks, ScienceWorks abd FoodWorks. Their vision is the creation of a community network supporting the well being of Lewis County in all aspects including health, environment and economic growth. Towards these goals, they are working with many community support organizations.

Bread & Roses - Olympia - 

"Bread & Roses is a hub of community, offering opportunities for people to gather around common passions. As a community hub, Bread & Roses bridges the class divide by bringing people of differing class backgrounds together to discover what they have in common, as well as the unique value in one another. By bringing the community together, in all its diversity, Bread & Roses destroys the myths, fears, stereotypes, and social barriers that prevent the community from effectively addressing issues of poverty and homelessness." 

CouchSurfing - an international nonprofit network that connects travelers with locals in over 230 countries and territories around the world. Since 2004, members have been using thier system to come together for cultural exchange, friendship, and learning experiences. Today over a million people who might otherwise never meet are able to share hospitality and cultural understanding.

EGYHOP (Emma Goldman Youth & Homeless  Outreach Project) - Olympia - is dedicated to providing materials and resources to the homeless and low-income populations living on the streets or who self-identify as part of the street population of Olympia and the surrounding communities of Thurston County. EGYHOP street outreach workers are unpaid volunteers who provide emergency intervention services, needed and requested items (including, but not limited to: socks, blankets, sleeping bags, jackets, tents, wound-care/medicine/wellness supplies, coffee & food), and a friendly and familiar face. Outreach happens on the streets of Olympia 7 nights a week, 365 days a year, during hours when the street population cannot access traditional services. This grass roots organization survives totally on the support of the community (for 13 years & counting); we spread the love that our community donates to EGYHOP. and Facebook:

Northwest Cooperative Development Center (NWCDC) - devoted to assisting new and existing cooperative businesses, from daycare centers to credit unions, working to foster community economic development, primarily through the cooperative business model.

Olympia Farmer's Market - buy fresh, buy local - downtown Olympia.

Olympia Food Coop - operates two stores and offers a wide selection of natural foods and products - but the Coop is more than just a place to buy healthy food. It's a community resource that promotes and practices nutritional awareness, local farming and production, environmental responsibility social and economic justice, collective management and consensus decision-making.

 San Francisco Street Bakery - pastries, bread, desserts, sandwiches, soup, coffee. Just down the street from our house: 1320 San Francisco NE, Olympia, WA 98506; Phone 360-753-8553.

Seattle Cleaning Service - residential services, move-in, move-out and construction cleaning services. Licensed + insured, bonded. Owned by my friend Liz Latham.

South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity -

Tenants Union of Washington State (TU) - challenges and transforms unjust housing conditions and housing policies, grounded in a strong conviction that those facing housing problems must be the leaders of efforts to transform their own housing conditions and communities. TU works through empowerment-based education, leadership development, and community organizing and tenant ownership.

Thurston County's HazoHouse - What should you do with dangerous household products? Bring them to Thurston County's HazoHouse! HazoHouse offers a convenient way for residents to safely dispose of toxic products that could otherwise harm family members, pets, wildlife or the environment.

Co-op America - a not-for-profit membership organization whose mission is to harness economic power, the strength of consumers, investors, businesses, and the marketplace'to create a socially just and environmentally sustainable society. Their programs empower you to make changes in your personal life and join together with others in economic action for a better world. Co-op America programs include: Living Green, Green Energy, Fair Trade, Climate Action, WoodWise, Boycotts, Sweatshops, Responsible Shopper, and Shop & Unshop.

The Whole Earth Catalog - In 1968 Stewart Brand launched an innovative publication called The Whole Earth Catalog. It was groundbreaking, enlightening, and spawned a group of later publications. The collection of that work provided on this site is not complete - and probably never will be- but it is a gift to readers who loved the CATALOG and those who are discovering it for the first time. Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish. Access to Tools and Ideas. Archives of the Catalogs, articles and more.



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