Everybody Eats

Everybody Eats provides a food delivery service that is inclusive of food-insecure customers. Customers can order food from local restaurants on the app, and food-insecure customers will pay a discounted price. Non-food insecure customers and business partners can help bridge the 226 million meal gap in NYC & Tompkins County by using their services. Want to make some side money and support a sustainable business? Become a driver! All you need are working papers, a license and a car OR alternative mode of transport (like bike or scooter!)

Climate Change Awareness & Action

CCAA was formed to educate others and actively work towards reversing the anthropogenic climate change. The Founding Members of the CCAA came together as an organizing committee putting their minds together to host environmentally charged events in Syracuse, NY. They are also a 350.org local group! Thinking about an electric car? National Drive Electric Week is this week and CCAA is celebrating! Check out the event here.

Wellspring Forest Farm & School

Wellspring Forest Farm & School has a vision that humanity learns to see the forest as a valuable, productive space, forming relationships based on an intimate way of knowing and rooted in participatory action. Through mentoring students, they transform the eastern temperate forest into a productive and diverse ecosystem for generations to come. Take a class, order some mushrooms, or stay at their fun yurt Air BnB! For more info, visit their website.

VINES:Volunteers Improving Neighborhood Environments

VINES is an organization that establishes community gardens, urban agriculture and community green spaces with a focus on empowering community members of all ages and abilities. Programs include:
– a community garden program
– the Binghamton Urban Farm (BUF)
– Grow Binghamton (a summer youth employment program)
– the Green Thumb Educational Workshop Series
– the Binghamton Farm Share program (Farm Share)

– a community garden program
– the Binghamton Urban Farm (BUF)
– Grow Binghamton (a summer youth employment program)
– the Green Thumb Educational Workshop Series
– the Binghamton Farm Share program (Farm Share)

Toxics Targeting

Homes and properties in communities across New York are located on or near toxic sites that can cause health hazards or reduce investment value. Toxic Targeting obtains environmental data from local, state and federal government sources and updates our information on a continuing basis. They provide extensive archival data now withheld from public disclosure. If you are buying a specific home or property, you can order a Toxics Targeting Phase I Environmental Database Report. They will walk you through your detailed report and answer your questions! For more info, visit their website.

The Solar Home Factory

The Solar Home Factory builds pre-fab solar homes at their factory at 33 Forge Ave in beautiful Geneva, New York. Homes are designed for a low maintenance, low impact, and highly efficient lifestyle. Solar panels power heat pump systems that heat, cool, and insert fresh air. The steel siding, PVC trim, and membrane roofing make for an extremely low maintenance home. For more info, visit https://www.solarhomefactory.com/.

The Smith Opera House

For more than a century the Smith Opera House has thrived as the center stage of the Finger Lakes, offering quality performing arts and cultural opportunities for area residents and regional visitors. Occupied approximately 250 nights per year with events open to the public, the theatre is an ongoing symbol of historic preservation, non-profit perseverance, and artistic excellence. For more info, visit their facebook page.

HeatSmart

HeatSmart, a program of Solar Tompkins, is a nonprofit community-based organization focused on promoting the rapid adoption of renewable energy in Tompkins County, NY. They work to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Tompkins County by facilitating the adoption of home insulation, sealing, and heat pump technologies for heating and cooling. 
They provide residents with the information, confidence, and value they need to transition their homes toward zero net carbon emissions, strengthening local markets for renewable energy and energy efficiency. To learn more, and to access HeatSmart designers and installers, visit the NYSERDA website.