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Alliance for Sustainable Communities–Lehigh Valley


We promote sustainability, advocating for and opposing threats to: the environment; the rights of communities, social groups, and individuals; local economies serving community needs via meaningful, nonexploitative work; healthful food and food production; healthy communities built on participatory democracy. We work to enhance the efforts of sustainability-minded organizations. Our projects include: the Sustainability Commons, Transitions Lehigh Valley and Transitions U, Sustainable Lehigh Valley and its directory, website, college internship program, support of the community rights work of CELDF, networking collaboratives, and working groups. Sign up on our website to receive our Sustainability Doings e-newsletter.

Website Visit the Alliance for Sustainable Communities–Lehigh Valley website
Location c/o Morning Star Center
1966 Creek Road
Bethlehem, PA 18015
Contact Suzie Hall
Phone: 484-893-0475
Directory Type Non-Profit
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