Everyday, each of us wakes up and picks out an outfit to wear for the day. From our underwear to our jacket, we identify with the clothes we choose to […]
Philly’s legendary restaurateur/entrepreneur/community activist proposes a timely solution for our (repairable) political divide This article is written by Judy Wicks, founder of All Together Now PA and was recently posted […]
Deciding what to do about holiday gifts is difficult at a time when we know we need to cut back on buying things we don’t need. The most sustainable option is to give […]
Hooray for our resilient regional food system! The pandemic has exposed the failure of our centralized industrial food system. Shelves in chain stores stand empty while mega-farms plow under mono-crops and pour milk […]
I started All Together Now PA because I’m deeply concerned about climate change and know that the only way to address the challenge is to find ways to work together. I’malso troubled […]
In case you missed it, WHYY’s You Oughta Know did a feature on hempcrete, and it is available for viewing here. Some of our Industrial Hemp Coalition members made an […]
Check out a newly published article by Alex Danovitch, All Together Now PA’s Zero Waste Coalition Coordinator, on smarter recycling featured in The Philadelphia Inquirer. See below for a few […]
America’s rural and urban communities are tragically divided by anger and misunderstanding. It hasn’t always been that way. There was a time not so long ago when urban and rural communities co-created regional economies built on mutual respect and trust. Farms and cities were connected by local supply chains that carried basic needs to market, building self-reliance for the whole region.