Links/Affiliates

Renton Area Businesses and Organizations

    • Urban Food Warrior: Providing in-depth education, empowerment, information, and inspiration for organic gardeners, farmers, and seed savers. Renton-based. http://www.urbanfoodwarrior.com
    • Sunset Community Garden: Bringing the community together one garden at a time. Located in the Sunset neighborhood of NE Renton.  http://www.sunsetcommunitygarden.com
    • Renton Farmers Market: For fourteen years, the Renton Farmers Market has been bringing fresh and local food to Downtown Renton Tuesdays during the summer.  In 2010, the season was extended by two weeks, running from June 1st through September 28th.  Along with fresh and local produce, you can also find baked goods, flowers, honey, seafood, cheese, eggs and meat to just name a few of the things that await you at the Piazza.  http://www.rentonfarmersmarket.com
    • Mama Luvs: Mama Luvs reusable snack bags are eco-friendly fabric bags with water-resistant, BPA free lining. Pack a snack and protect the planet! Renton-based.  http://www.mymamaluvs.com
    • Celebrate Green: Mother-daughter green-lifestyle leaders, spokesmoms and co-authors of the book, “Celebrate Green! Creating Eco-Savvy Holidays, Celebrations and Traditions for the Whole Family.” Renton-based. http://www.celebrategreen.net
    • Renton Trails: Their mission is to promote, create and maintain soft surface trails within the open spaces and communities of Renton and the surrounding area. http://www.rentontrails.org/

Other Organizations and Businesses

  • Alleycat Acres: Alleycat Acres is a grassroots urban farming collective fiscally sponsored by Sustainable Seattle. http://www.alleycatacres.com
  • Friends of the Cedar River Watershed: Engaging people to enhance and sustain watersheds through restoration, education, and stewardship. http://www.cedarriver.org
  • 21 Acres: The 21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living is an agricultural and environmental learning center that promotes small farms and the conservation systems that support them. Located in Woodinville, WA. http://www.21acres.org
  • SCALLOPS-Sustainable Communities ALL Over Puget Sound: Over 60 Puget Sound community groups sharing best practices and working together to create a sustainable future. http://www.scallops.ning.com
  • Newcastle Weed Warriors: The Weed Warrior program works with cities and communities to reduce the negative impact  of invasive, noxious weeds in public places, such as parks, trails, and open spaces. Weed Warrior projects reflect the willingness of citizens to  be involved and take part in the community as environmental stewards. http://www.newcastleweedwarriors.org/

Articles/Blogs of Interest