Online resources

Here is a list of sites that you might find useful. If you want a website added to this list send us an email with the name of the site, its web address, and a short note about its contents.
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Institute of Noetic Sciences http://www.noetic.org Hubquarters of the Institute of Noetic Sciences 
Pachamama Alliance http://pachamama.org/ Our mission is bringing forth an environmentally sustainable, spiritually fulfilling and socially just human presence on Planet Earth. 
WiserEarth http://www.wiserearth.org/ WiserEarth is a free online community space connecting the people, nonprofits and businesses working toward a just and sustainable world . 
Environmental Council of Sacramento http://www.ecosacramento.net/ Our mission is to achieve regional and community sustainability and a healthy environment for existing and future residents. 
Healing Arts of the Sacramento Region http://www.healingartistsofsac.com/ A printed and online directory of health and wellness practitioners and products. Find SacIONS in the category "Education, Classes and Workshops"  
The Enable Network http://www.enablenetwork.org/ The Enable Network’s motto is “Connecting Community.” We provide nonprofits with the necessary technology tools to enable them to work with greater efficiency and be more effective in the delivery of their services at a fraction of the cost for similar services provided by for-profit providers.  
SacIONS on Facebook SacIONS on Facebook Visit our page on Facebook. 
The Worldview Literacy Program http://www.livingdeeply.org/education_Worldview_Literacy.html We offer a learning experience through which students are introduced to an expanded view of reality that empowers them as intentional learners. 
Shared Wisdom http://www.sharedwisdom.com/ The website of Hank Wesselman and Jill Kuykendall 
Certified Farmers' Market http://www.california-grown.com/ Certified Farmers' Markets are an effort to reestablish the traditional link between farmers and consumers in California. Certified Farmers' Markets are "the real thing;" places where genuine farmers offer only agricultural products they grow themselves for direct sale to the public. By eliminating the middleman's additional costs and multiple product handling, both the farmers and the consumers benefit. 
Farmers' Markets in the Sacramento Region http://www.sacog.org/rucs/farmers-markets.cfm Farmers' markets are an integral part of the rural-urban connection. They give consumers access to locally-grown, fresh produce, and create a connection between the farmers who grow our food and consumers who are increasingly interested in buying food from within our region's foodshed. The Sacramento region hosts over two dozen farmers' markets every week. 
Soil Born Farms http://www.soilborn.org/ Soil Born Farms allows youth and adults to rediscover and participate in a system of food production and distribution that promotes healthy living, nurtures the environment and brings people together to share the simple pleasures of living life in harmony with nature. We are committed to developing programming focused on organic food production, healthy food education and food access for all residents. 
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