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BALLE Seattle
Contact: Derek Hoshiko
Email:     info [at] balleseattle.org
Web:      http://www.balleseattle.org
BALLE Seattle is dedicated to connecting, educating and promoting King
County businesses supporting Local Living Economies. We are part an
international alliance of 43 independently operated local business
networks with more than 15,000 members dedicated to building Local
Living Economies.



EAT local:  our food, our farms, our future

Contact: Joan Qazi or Fran Taber
Email:     jqazi [at] nwi.net or ftaber [at] televar.com
Web:      http://www.eatncw.org
EAT local is the greater Wenatchee Valley community food system group
dedicated to sustainable agriculture, open space preservation, access to fresh
and healthful food choices, support for local farmers and markets, and educational outreach.



Gorge Grown Food Network

Contact: Katie MacKendrick
993A Tucker Rd
Hood River, OR 97031
Phone: 541-490-6420
Email:  info [at] gorgegrown.com
Web:   http://www.gorgegrown.com 
Gorge Grown Food Network serves as a central source to inform and connect
local farmers, food producers and consumers working towards regional food
self-sufficiency along the Columbia Gorge in Washington and Oregon.


Phinney Ecovillage
Contact: Cecile Andrews
Phone: 206 783-1152
Email:   cecile [at] simplicitycircles.com
Web:    http://www.phinneyecovillage.net
Our goal: Creating Neighborhood Sustainability and Community
Normally ecovillages are co-housing or communal in nature. We're trying to emulate their elements in a typical metropolitan neighborhood, where people may have moved for location or lifestyle reasons rather than in pursuit of an intentional community.



Seattle Peak Oil Awareness

Contact: Roy Smith
Web: http://www.relocalize.net/groups/spoa
Seattle Peak Oil Awareness is a local citizens action network offering information and practical ideas for living in a time of reduced energy availability. Working in small, focused groups we advocate healthy, sustainable living choices for all interested residents in the Puget Sound region.



Sustainable Ballard - Food, Health and Medicine Guild
Contact: Melissa Larson
Email:    info [at] sustainableballard.org
Web: http://sustainableballard.org/wiki/index.php?title=Food%2C_Health%2C_and_Medicine_Guild
The Food/Health/Medicine Guild is concerned with many aspects of Food, Health and Medicine from personal issues such as Nutrition, Cooking & Gardening, and Preventative Care to community issues such as Food Supply and Public Health.

Ballard Cruising on People Power
http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/local/333625_sustainable29.html?source=mypi

Sustainable Ballard's 100 Mile Diet
http://100milediet.sustainableballard.org



Wahkiakum Food and Farm Network
Contact: Carrie Kennedy
Phone:  360-795-3278
Email:    food.farm [at] gmail.com
Wed:     http://foodandfarm.wahkiakum.info/
We are local farmers, staff of the WSU Wahkiakum County Extension and conscientious consumers who believe that buying local farm products is a healthier way to feed ourselves and our familes that also helps to preserve our rural way of life. We are working together to encourage awareness of Wahkiakum-grown farm products, and to develop relationships between farms and the community.


ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Local Action for a Sustainable Tomorrow - Sequim
www.relocalize.net/groups/sequim

Post Carbon Institute

http://www.postcarbon.org

Sustainable Communities All Over Puget Sound
http://scallops.sustainableballard.org



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