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
  • Hartford Food System
  • Harvard Business School
  • Harvest Co-op Markets
  • Hattie's Garden
  • Hawthorne Valley Association
  • Hawthorne Valley Farm
  • Health Care Without Harm (US)
    Health Care Without Harm is an international coalition of hospitals and health care systems, medical professionals, community groups, health-affected constituencies, labor unions, environmental and environmental health organizations and religious groups. Health Care Without Harm has regional offices in Reston, Virginia; Brussels; Buenos Aires and Manila. In other world regions, we work with Strategic Partners based in New Delhi, Durban, Dar es Saalam and elsewhere.

    12355 Sunrise Valley Dr., Suite 680 Reston, VA 20191
    703-860-9790
  • Heifer International
  • Henry P. Kendall Foundation
    The Henry P. Kendall Foundation is a legacy of its namesake, an early twentieth-century New England entrepreneur and industrialist (1878-1959) from Walpole, Massachusetts. Kendall's wide-ranging, venturesome business instincts led to acquisitions of factories and other companies through the company that bore his name, The Kendall Company.Since July of 2011 when the Henry P. Kendall Foundation launched its new program, we have been gathering information and getting acquainted with the issues, organizations and leaders who are working on rebuilding a healthy food system in New England. The work and thinking of these leaders and other national experts has informed the formulation of a strategy for the Kendall Foundation’s grantmaking. We are inspired by regional leaders who have begun to articulate a bold long term goal for the New England region.We look at the region and the food system as a whole, recognizing that many complementary strategies and tactics are required to create lasting change.  Our aim is to work collaboratively with funders, grantees, and other public and private sector partners toward this vision by focusing our resources on two primary strategies.Our Regional Strategy works toward a New England food system that is connected and well-coordinated in all six states, where leaders across the region are collaborating toward a shared 2060 vision and key physical infrastructure is strategically planned and connected.Our Groundwork Strategy is focused on catalyzing inspiring examples of success in a few targeted geographic areas within New England that can be lifted up for others who seek to replicate their success.  We have selected three geographies to start: Greater Boston, the State of Rhode Island, and the Route 91 corridor, stretching from Greenfield, MA to New Haven, CT.We acknowledge that inspiring examples already exist in the region.  We believe our work will complement these efforts by sparking new ones and with a well-coordinated and connected region, these food system pioneers will be able to share and learn from others.

    176 Federal Street Boston, Massachusetts 02110
    (617) 951-2525
  • Heritage Conservancy
  • Hilltown Families
  • Holyoke Food and Fitness Policy Council
  • Hometown Foods, LLC
  • Hudson Valley Agribusiness Development Corporation
  • Hunger Action Network of New York State
  • Hungry Hollow Co-op