Sustainability Action Network collaborates actively with sister organizations including: K.C. Permaculture Education, Extension, & Research, Films For Action, Douglas County Food Policy Council, Jefferson County Food Council, Lawrence Pedestrian Coalition, Cultivate Kansas City, Lawrence Fruit Tree Project, Flint Hills Renewable Energy & Efficiency Co-op, Kansas Permaculture Institute, Live Well Lawrence, and many more
. Kansas City Permaculture Education, Extension, and Research (KCPEER) is a Missouri not-for-profit that engages in science based permaculture education, extension outreach, community development, and agroecological research. These include ecologically sustainable activities such as teaching Permaculture Design Certification (PDC) courses, developing and distributing resource materials on urban food growing, and providing research protocols for activities like urban food forests, urban soil detox and revitalization, neighborhood foodsheds, permaculture design, edible landscaping, edible and medicinal plant propagation, and neighborhood scale composting and biomass harvesting.
Films For Action Film offers us a powerful tool to raise awareness of important issues not covered by the corporate news. Our goal is to provide citizens of the world with the information and perspectives essential to creating a more just, sustainable, and democratic society.
Our website has cataloged over 3000 of the best documentaries, short films and videos that can be watched free online, sorted into 40 subjects related to changing the world. And, since there’s still so much to learn about that isn’t featured in a film, we’ve also cataloged a fair amount of articles, too
Kansas Permaculture Institute is a Kansas not-for-profit and parent organization for Kansas Permanculture Collective. The mission of KPI is to provide oversight in the development of permaculture course curriculum, to issue Permaculture Design Certificates, plan community educational events, workshops, permablitz events, land tours, and conduct basic research, and provide support and maintenance of Kansas regional permaculture demonstration sites.
Business Alliance for Local Living Economies-BALLE (pronounced bolly) was founded in 2001 to nurture and curate the emergence of a new economy – one that will gradually displace our destructive and failing economy with a system that supports the health, prosperity, and happiness for all people and regenerates the vital ecosystems upon which our economy depends. With a focus on real change within a generation, BALLE works to identify and connect pioneering leaders, spread solutions, and attract investment toward local economies.
The Hour 4 Our World Time Exchange is committed to building a sovereign, sustainable, and resilient community where everyone is equally valuable. The Timebank is a simple, money-free, community building, alternative means of exchange, that recognizes value in every individual thereby strengthening the fabric of our community.