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Supported Grantees

Store-supported grantees receive funding through our Retail Grants Program. These organizations identify and work on the root causes of problems and approach issues with a commitment to long-term change.

Better Future Project, Inc.

Cambridge, MA

Better Future Project, Inc.

Better Future Project seeks to build a powerful grassroots movement to address the climate crisis and advance a rapid and responsible transition to renewable energy.

Cape Ann Maritime Partnership

Gloucester, MA

Cape Ann Maritime Partnership

A partnership between members of the NOAA Marine Debris Program, U.S. Coast Guard, Maritime Gloucester, Gloucester’s Clean City Commission, Seaside Sustainability, Inc. and One Ocean One Love Shop, this group seeks to eradicate marine pollution.

Ocean Alliance

Gloucester, MA

Ocean Alliance

Ocean Alliance strives to increase public awareness of the importance of whale and ocean health through research and public education.

Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative

Roxbury, MA

Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative

Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative empowers Dudley residents to organize, plan for, create and control a vibrant, diverse and high-quality neighborhood in collaboration with community partners.

350 New Hampshire

Dover, NH

350 New Hampshire

350NH works to build a grassroots movement in New Hampshire to fight for climate justice by fostering a just transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy.

Mystic River Watershed Association

Arlington, MA

Mystic River Watershed Association

This group works to protect and restore the Mystic River, its tributaries and watershed lands and to celebrate the value, importance and great beauty of these natural resources.

Cape Cod Commerical Fishermen’s Alliance, Inc.

Chatham, MA

Cape Cod Commerical Fishermen’s Alliance, Inc.

Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen’s Alliance seeks to build a healthy marine environment and a better way of managing our fisheries.

South Boston Grows

Boston, MA

South Boston Grows

South Boston Grows works to improve community green space and advance knowledge about growing edible plants in order to increase access to and consumption of fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs.

Rozalia Project Inc.

Granville, VT

Rozalia Project Inc.

Rozalia Project exists to clean and protect the ocean and conserve a healthy, thriving marine ecosystem.

Regional Environmental Council, Inc.

Worcester, MA

Regional Environmental Council, Inc.

REC is working to build healthy, sustainable and just communities in Worcester, Massachusetts, and beyond.

Charles River Clean Up Boat Boston

boston, MA

Charles River Clean Up Boat Boston

Charles River Clean Up Boat protects and enhances a 7-mile stretch of the Charles River by removing floating trash and marine debris.

Charles River Clean Up Boat

Framingham, MA

Charles River Clean Up Boat

This group works to remove floating trash from the Charles River between Watertown and the dam at Boston Harbor.

Make an Impact

Invasive Plant Identification and Management — Grow Native Massachusetts

Event from Grow Native Massachusetts

Waltham, MA, United States

Invasive Plant Identification and Management

Grow Native Massachusetts

Invasive plants pose a major threat to our ecosystems, and the challenge of tackling them can often seem formidable. Restoration ecologist Chris Polatin will teach us how to confidently confront invasive plants with effective management and monitoring techniques. We will learn how to identify and remove common offenders, including bittersweet,

Going Native: How to Transition Your Garden — Grow Native Massachusetts

Event from Grow Native Massachusetts

Waltham, MA, United States

Going Native: How to Transition Your Garden

Grow Native Massachusetts

One question frequently arises as gardeners are inspired to transition away from traditional gardens filled with non-native plants and lawn: where do I start? Horticulturist Dan Jaffe will explore strategies for making a landscape more ecologically beneficial, delving into plant selection and vital changes to landscaping practices. Whether you are

Collecting and Sowing Native Seed — Grow Native Massachusetts

Event from Grow Native Massachusetts

Waltham, MA, United States

Collecting and Sowing Native Seed

Grow Native Massachusetts

Using native plants grown from seed is key to creating resilient landscapes that are rich in genetic diversity. Join Heather McCargo from Wild Seed Project to learn how to propagate wildflowers, woody plants, and ferns by sowing seed outside in the fall, taking advantage of the seasonal weather patterns that

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