Participating Organizations

The NESAWG Network is made up of hundreds of organizations representing diverse interests across the Northeast. Below is a partial list of organizations that participate in NESAWG. If you would like to be added to the list, contact Tracy Lerman, NESAWG Communications Manager.


A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z
  • Baha'i Faith
  • Baltimore Food Policy Initiative
    The Baltimore Food Policy Initiative (BFPI) is an inter-governmental collaboration with the Department of Planning, Baltimore Office of Sustainability, Baltimore Development Corporation, and the Baltimore City Health Department. The goal of BFPI is to increase access to healthy and affordable foods in Baltimore City food deserts. BFPI is doing this through a holistic and comprehensive food systems approach. 

    Office of Sustainability Department of Planning 417 E. Fayette Street, 8th Floor Baltimore, MD 21202
  • Barnstable Sea Farms
    Barnstable Sea Farms has been producing some of the best regional shellfish for nearly 25 years.  We’ve had a good try at growing quahogs, steamers and sea clams, but in the end it’s all about the oysters.

    Barnstable, MA
    508-280-4125
  • Baum Forum
    The Baum Forum is a program of conferences and seminars held periodically to focus public and restaurant industry attention on food and agricultural issues. It's mission is to stimulate debate and help create informed decision-makers, from culinary students and professional food and beverage purchasers to home chefs and public policy makers.

    5454 Palisade Ave, Bronx, NY 10471
    718 884 5716
  • Bennington College
    One College Drive Bennington, Vermont 05201-6003
    802-442-5401
  • Berkshire County Boards of Health Association
    The Berkshire County Boards of Health Association (BCBOHA) is a professional, educational organization serving the 32 local boards of health in Berkshire County, MA.  BCBOHA also serves as the Berkshire County Emergency Preparedness Coalition.

    1 Fenn St., Ste 302 Pittsfield, MA 01201
    (413) 441-9060
  • Berkshire Grown
    Berkshire Grown supports and promotes local agriculture as a vital part of the Berkshire community, economy and landscape. We do this by… Advocating for farmers Supporting good agricultural practices Fostering Education and Outreach Food accessibility for the community Farm to table networking Promoting locally grown and produced food OUR VISION: Berkshire Grown is the “go to” network linking farmers and the Berkshire community. Through events, workshops, promotions, advocacy and education highlighting locally grown and produced food, Berkshire Grown helps to create a thriving local food economy.

    P.O. Box 983 Great Barrington, MA 01230
    413-528-0041
  • Binghamton Regional Sustainability Coalition
  • Biodynamic Farmland Conservation Trust
  • Black River Beef
  • Boston Collaborative for Food & Fitness
  • Boston Public Health Commission
  • Breezy Willow Farm
  • Brix Bounty Farm
  • Brooklyn Food Coalition
  • Brown University
  • Bucks County Foodshed Alliance
  • Burlington County Farmland Preservation Program
  • Burlington School Food Project
    The Burlington School Food Project offers wholesome, fresh and nutritious meals daily to 4,000 students in the Burlington School District. Offering local food is a central priority and we have made great strides over the last ten years. Depending on the season, our suppliers, and our budget, we purchase and serve from 10-40% local items. Apples, root crops, milk, and winter squash are consistently available. We provide: *Daily lunches that include soup, full salad bar, and milk *FREE breakfast and FREE after school supper for ALL students in the district *FREE lunch to students at C.P. Smith, Hunt, Integrated Arts Academy, JJ Flynn, and the Sustainability Academy*FREE extra servings of fruits and vegetables for all K-5 students during class

    52 Institute Road Burlington, VT 05408
    (802) 864-8416
  • Buy Fresh Buy Local, Greater Lehigh Valley