What if there was a better way to connect the many pioneers paving the way for a sustainable future?

Sustainability is based on a simple principle: Everything that we need for our survival and well-being depends, either directly or indirectly, on our natural environment.  Sustainability creates and maintains the conditions under which humans and nature can exist in productive harmony, that permit fulfilling the social, economic and other requirements of present and future generations.

Our Mission is to connect those working on sustainable projects in different fields. To push innovative ideas, permaculture, alternative energy, DIY solutions, and to open doors for those with sustainable solutions. We want to see farmers profit on their farms and individuals  follow those examples and become more sustainable in their own homes. Together we can all enrich our community with better food and a better quality of life. Sustainability is becoming a matter of survival, we need to save money where we can as well as conserve our environment.  Sustainability is the Path to Liberty. 


IN THE WORKS -  Networking and fundraising events, workshops, memberships, and more 



How We Do It?

We are able to make the connections because through our own experiences we have established a large network and found out which methods work. We use social media, events, and just getting out there and taking a minute to talk to people at the farmers market. 

Most of our farmers and sustainable innovators are on the North East, but we are connecting people from all over. We have a few connectors from Canada and Australia in our directory. All are welcome to be added and with technology at our fingertips it is so much easier to connect once the path is paved, and hey we do the paving for you.



Who are we? 
 

A few people who love farming and try to live sustainable lifestyles. We connected, and had a crazy idea. It went something like "What the heck, lets try to make a healthier and more sustainable world"



Director & Founder: Keri-Anne Slater
Trustee & Farmer : Rick Otto
Board Member & Graphic Designer: Kayt Krepcho