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Sustainability EVENT PARTNERS

We love putting together Permacutlure Action Days, workshops, and other events in cities that we perform. If you’re interested in hosting or producing an event with us, please email

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(San Francisco, CA) Permaculture Action Network engages concertgoers and festival attendees to get to work on a local project in high-traffic areas. This not only helps touring bands to leave cities better than when they got there, but also educates people about what is possible when doing these radical projects! They are based out of California and have a global, growing network. We collaborated with them on an amazing action day at Seeds of Power Unity Farm on July 13th, 2019, after our debut Red Rocks debut on July 12, 2019.


(Elsie, OR) Veganville is a non profit animal sanctuary located an hour outside of Portland in Elsie, OR. Moon Hooch helped raise money and co-hosted a tree planting event here March 10, 2019, so now Veganville also has a small orchard! They are working toward their permaculture vision to be an example for sustainable organic farming. They do also host WOOFFers!


Urban Ecovillage

(Nashville, TN) Urban Ecovillage is a pop up event community, with a home-base in East Nashville. They practice and teach permaculture workshops, sustainable design, vegan cooking and intuitive drumming. You may find yourself at a drum circle on any night of the week!

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(Asheville, NC) Soul and Soil Project is a worker run nonprofit focused on resiliency education and arts to empower and inspire folks to get engaged in earth, food and social justice. They are doing a regenerative farmstead project, in conjunction with disaster relief efforts. We were excited to work with them on creating a community “sensory” garden inside their west Asheville hub on June 22, 2018, along with a bunch of our fans!

Watch footage from the event!

Places We’ve Visited

Are you working on a sustainability-focused project? If we’re in your town, please contact us! You can find our tour schedule here, and you can contact us at


(Brooklyn, NY) Green Food Solutions is a local food based business that educates and installs farms indoors, on rooftops and open lots. They use hydroponics and soil based techniques to best fit their clients needs and desires, all over the globe. We interviewed Mary and Electra and toured their rooftop farm at the new Denizen apartment building. Video coming soon.

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(Furguson, MO) Earthdance Organic Farm is a non profit farm located in the middle of a suburban area. They have an organic farm school training and other great events to involve their local community throughout the year. We got to interview Molly the founder of Earthdance.

Local partners at shows

We love inviting local organizations to table in each city that we perform! If you’re interested in setting up a table at a show, please contact us at Here are some of the organizations we’ve hosted:


(Columbus, OH) Local Matters is a non-profit in Central Ohio that creates healthy communities through food education, access, and advocacy. They reach over 20,000 people every year and partner with over 100 amazing organizations.


(Indianapolis, IN) Aggressively Organic is an easy hydroponic set up for affordable homegrown local food.

Did you know that Lettuce loses 90% of its nutrition within 24 hours of being harvested?”


(Omaha, NE) Global Partners in Hope is a non profit organization that develops communities across the globe by connecting people who can help and people who need hope. By providing clean water, medical care, solar energy, and leadership development to countries like Mali, Togo and China, they provide sustainable change which impacts hundreds of thousands of lives.

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(Lawrence, KS) Just Food is the food bank in Douglas County, supplying more than 40 partner agencies.Just Food and its partners play a key role in fighting hunger in the community by increasing the availability of a variety of foods and helping to reduce waste and discarded food.

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(Tulsa, OK) Green Country Permaculture consults with landowners, non-profits, public schools, and universities wanting to implement ecological land practices through farming, gardening, and school curriculum. GCP is also developing a farmer incubator to help new and beginning farmers break down the barriers to entry that they face getting into sustainable agriculture.


(Austin, TX) Sustainable Living Guide brings together renowned authors and teachers to offer online classes. They’ve compiled global community resources directory and offer memberships and special events. They even have a grants program for community sustainability projects.


(Winter Park, CO) Headwaters Center is a new event space that has trailhead access, hosts sustainability events for the community, cooking classes, free yoga and more. There is an ecology museum currently being built, scheduled to be ready to explore by this summer (2019).


(Steamboat Springs, CO) Yampa Valley Sustainability Council developed programs such as Zero Waste and Sustainable Schools to engage the community. YVSC also established the ReTree and Recycle Day events to empower community activism.


(Salt Lake City, UT) REDO is a nonprofit working on recycling issues in Utah. Nearly half of all the things people throw into their recycling bin end up in the landfill. What can you do to recycle right? Don’t put plastic bags in your bin! Visit their website to learn about how you can recycle right.