Links We Like
Farm 2 Fork Food Festival Web Page
Farm 2 Fork Food Festival Blog
Chefs and Farmers: Taste the Adirondacks Blog
In the Green Circle Blog
Adirondack Green Circle Facebook Page
Adirondack Green Line
This blog is published by the Adirondack Explorer
Rehoboth Homestead Blog
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority
The Northwest Earth Institute
The Northwest Earth Institute has developed a series of discussion courses and textbooks designed to inspire, educate and motivate people to take responsibility for the Earth. The Green Circle has taken part in two discussion groups: Choices for Sustainable Living and Menu for the Future.
A great web resource that shares the latest sustainable design, green news and solutions
The Center for a New American Dream
A nonprofit organization created to help Americans consume responsibly to protect the environment, enhance quality of life, and promote social justice.
The Story of Stuff
The Story of Stuff is an interesting discussion of the materials economy with Annie Leonard.
The Wild Center
The US Climate Action Center
Transition United States
Saranac Lake Chamber of Commerce
Co-op America is a national nonprofit consumer organization, promoting environmental sustainability, social justice, and economic justice.
Adirondack Climate and Energy Action Plan
Green Drinks International
Every month people who work in the environmental field meet up at informal sessions known as Green Drinks.
A community organization devoted to expanding markets for local farm products so that consumers have more choice of fresh farm products and on assisting farmers to increase sustainable production to meet the expanding markets.
Adirondack Farmers Market
Operates eight farmers' markets in the Adirondacks and Lake Champlain Basin of New York, offering fresh produce, other foods, and fine crafts.
Eat'n Meet Grill and Larder
Eat 'n Meet believes in supporting the local economy as much as is possible. We believe in supporting that economy by purchasing our provisions from local sources, and by using locally harvested foods that have been preserved by canning or freezing for the off season.
The Whalesbone Oyster House
Ottawa, Ontario. Both The Oyster House (bank st) & The Sustainable Oyster and Fish Supply (kent st) have qualified and become "Ocean Wise" certified.
Saranac Lake Community Store
The Community Store could help lower gas expenses of Saranac Lake residents by reducing the miles people have to drive in order to purchase items they need for their daily lives.
Shop the Tri-Lakes
A guide to shopping in the tri-lakes region of the Adirondacks.