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  • Alliance of Religions and Conservation (ARC) — An organization in the United Kingdom that helps major religions around the world develop environmental programs based on their own core beliefs and practices. Founded by H.R.H. Prince Philip in 1995.
  • Community Farm Alliance — An organization which works to assure a food system for Kentucky that provides safe, adequate and nutritious food for human consumption in a manner that is socially, economically, ecologically sustainable and which is a vital component of Kentucky’s economy.
  • Edible Louisville Magazine — This magazine, edited by Sarah Fritschner, promotes local foods, farms and cuisine.
  • Festival of Faiths — An annual event that celebrates the religious diversity of our community, promotes unity, and strengthens the role of religion in society.
  • Kentuckians For The Commonwealth (KFTC) — Their slogan: “Action for Justice” This organization, 30 years old, empowers citizens in gaining justice in the many areas of concern, especially Coal / Energy, Economic Justice, and Voter Empowerment.
  • Kentucky Resources Council — The Kentucky environmental advocacy organization which offers legal and strategic guidance and assistance to those have environmental concerns.
  • Kentucky Resources Council — The Land Institute exists to promote an ecologically stable prairie agriculture system which will have grain yields comparable to that from annual crops. Wes Jackson is the director.
  • Mountain Association for Community Economic Development (MACED) — This group works for economic alternatives for people in central Appalachia and eastern Kentucky by promoting meaningful work, respect for natural resources, and the strengthening of local communities.
  • National Catholic Rural Life Conference — This organization applies the teachings of Christ for the betterment of rural America.
  • New Pioneers for a Sustainable Future — New Pioneers for a Sustainable Future is a community organization founded in Washington County, Kentucky in 2005 to promote knowledge, understandings and development to ensure a healthy, sustainable, safe and prosperous future for all. Sister Claire McGowan, OP is the executive director.
  • Slow Food USA — This international organization emphasizes small-scale, sustainable production of quality foods and the preservation of the farms and communities that produce them.
  • Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education — Supports innovations in sustainable agriculture.

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