Transition Cotati brings neighbors together to build a more self-reliant and resilient future for Cotati. We envision a vibrant and diverse local economy, a dramatically reduced reliance on fossil fuels, and a rich community life.
Educate the community on zero waste, encourage zero waste as a goal for Sonoma County residents, cities, the county, businesses, institutions, and nonprofits, and more…
Farm to Pantry is a community of volunteers dedicated to providing fresh, healthy and affordable food to everyone. We live and glean in Sonoma County, California, where there is a growing community of farmers, gardeners, and residents dedicated to ensuring fresh and healthy food for everyone.
Ocean Song is a non-profit learning center located in the serene coastal hills of western Sonoma County. Open to visitors every day, Ocean Song offers a rich variety of programs and experiences for people of all ages.
Daily Acts is a sustainability non-profit that inspires action to create more nourishing, connected, and resilient communities. Grounded in the core belief that every choice you make matters, we take a heart-centered approach to personal and community transformation.
Building a healthy community by affecting lasting positive changes for the economic, social, spiritual, and physical well-being of the community.
The purpose of this congregation is to provide a haven where members can share in a spiritually, culturally, and socially diverse local religious community.
United Anglers students operate and maintain a state-of-the-art conservation fish hatchery on the Casa Grande High School campus in Petaluma, CA, learning a range of relevant skills through practical application and intensive environmental curriculum.
The Coalition for a Better Sonoma County is a PAC that brings together organizations, groups and individuals to endorse political candidates who are aligned with our common goal – to ensure that our local government acts for the benefit of all the people, not just for the benefit of big money interests. We are environmentalists, union members, civic organizations, neighborhood activists, and concerned citizens, who believe that by working together we can make Sonoma County a better place.
The general focus of the work of the Community Network is the development of cooperative working relationships within individual organizations, and across organizational and political boundaries. Our overall goal is the development of programs, services, and organizations that are socially, economically, and ecologically sound.