Online local hubs are collections of local resources for people to live more sustainably and take action with others that help to support local eco-systems and projects that clean and protect the environment.  You can help add to these local directories by sharing things you know of or have researched in your area. A big part of taking local green action is getting the word out.  

Over the years many directories have come and gone.  It takes active work to keep up the information and add to it.  That is why our directories belong to the communities that they serve.  So we all have a stake in maintaining this resource for others to learn from.  Our nonprofit is using our shared donated funds to collectively promote and support all green communities and projects across the US. 

Here are some specific ways you can help, if you would like to volunteer:

  • Add events that you know about or are hosting such as: 

    • volunteer opportunities to clean the environment

    • a talk or demonstration on learning more sustainable and eco-friendly practices

    • classes on various environmental and sustainability topics

    • community green fairs

    • conferences

    • community meetings to discuss projects

    • rallies to encourage new greener policies & awareness

  • Share a green business that you know of or find in an internet search

  • Share a link to your own locally focused website, blog, podcast, video, or online article or someone else's

  • Create a group to take on a community project that helps locals to live a more sustainable life or a project that helps clean, repair, or protect the environment.

  • Host and share a social media live event (in the event directory) that shares your local-based specific knowledge on how to: 

    • garden organically 

    • practice organic and regenerative farming

    • cook more locally grown whole foods

    • use local resources to live a more zero waste lifestyle

    • find and participate in local community projects

    • support green local businesses, nonprofits, and groups 

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