Our Partners

We are all in this Together

We are proud to work alongside an incredible group of partners and collaborators to achieve meaningful progress in our communities. Please fill out this form to explore a potential partnership with us and also check out the amazing work of our partners:

Baltimore Broken Glass, Youth leadership and Zero Waste Social Enterprise Development

Baltimore Compost Collective, Community Led Zero Waste implementation

Baltimore Ethical Society, Citywide outreach for Zero Waste and Development without Displacement

Benjamin Franklin High School, youth education, research, and citizen science

Break Free from Plastics, Research and global support network for ending plastic pollution

Cherry Hill Development Corporation, permanently affordable housing development

Community of Curtis Bay Association, Community Building, planning and implementation

Ecological Design Collective, Zero Waste planning and development, diverting food and organics from Baltimore’s waste stream

Environmental Integrity Project, Research and policy development

Free Your Voice, youth leadership development

GEDCO, Housing development consultation

Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives, Research and global support network for Zero Waste solutions

Greater Baybrook Alliance, CLT housing development support, community building

Grounded Solutions Network, CLT capacity building

International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Partner in facilitating development of local community led compost infrastructure in Baltimore as a step in a just transition to zero waste

J. Neal Architecture and Design, Passive House Design of 10 permanently affordable homes in Curtis Bay

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, research and investigation in health disparities linked to burn and bury waste infrastructure

Neighborhood Design Center, support for initial youth led outreach and planning for CLT housing and greenspace

Post Landfill Action Network, Student led campus organizing to advance zero waste and diversion of materials from harmful landfills and incinerators in South Baltimore

SB7 Coalition, Community led development in South Baltimore

SHARE Baltimore Inc, Baltimore’s CLTs working towards the development of a Citywide non-speculative and community led housing sector, Learning Exchange

Towson University, participatory action research and youth leadership development

The Well, support for potential CLT homeowners, community building

United Way of Central Maryland, youth leadership development

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