Partners


Bishop Land Design

Bishop Land Design | BLD, was founded on the optimistic principle that we can make the world a better place through human ecology. The study of how our species interacts with the natural, social, and built environment is integral to our approach to landscape architecture.

Boston Green Tourism

Works towards a green, healthy and cost-effective hospitality sector in Boston and throughout the US.

Boston Local Food Festival

Generates increased demand for local sustainably produced food through education and promotion. Supports the growth and development of local farms and locally-owned food-related businesses.

Boston Society of Landscape Architects

Founded in 1913 as the American Society of Landscape Architects' First Chapter, The Boston Society of Landscape Architects has grown since then to become one of the Society's largest chapters. The BSLA and its priorities are focused on supporting the success of its member landscape architects and its supporters.

Boston Society of Architects

One of the oldest and largest chapters of the AIA, the Boston Society of Architects is a nonprofit membership organization committed to architecture, design and the built environment.

Cityscapes

Provides fresh and distinctive interiorscape solutions to Boston’s leading hotels and corporate facilities.

Green Neighbors Education Committee, Inc.

Green Neighbors provides activities and information to bring knowledge of GREEN to Boston's urban community through free Energy Fairs, Low Carbon Diet workshops, Spring Plantings and Green Entrepreneur small business programs..

Greening Rozzie

Works to make Roslindale a greener, more sustainable and more cohesive community.

Harding Botanicals

Harding Botanicals is a leading interior plantscaper whose commitment to sustainability increases every day.

LULAC

LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens) believes that the key to economic freedom for Latinos is through excellence, education, and participation in the political process. • There are 700 active councils within the states and on the island of Puerto Rico.

Panera Cares

Panera Cares is a pay-it-forward café where people who are struggling with food security are able to find food.

Project Green Schools

Their mission is to develop the next generation of environmental leaders through education, project-based learning and community service.

Puerto Rican Festival

The annual Puerto Rican Festival of Massachusetts is held every year at Boston City Hall Plaza. It is the flagship event that brings together people from all heritages to share, learn, and celebrate Puerto Rican culture.

Red Sun Press

A cooperatively-managed eco-friendly printing and graphic design shop in Jamaica Plain.

South Asian Arts and Cultural Council

Shares the rich heritage of South Asia with the modern global world.

The House of Nahdra

Creates imaginative upcycled EcoFashion and educates the community about sustainable clothing.

The People's Academy

The People's Academy gives a second chance to inner city residents by teaching them trade skills that will allow them to live a productive life.

Z Gallery

Z Gallery is an artist collective located in the heart of Boston.