Re-Skill-ience Workshop Series

G.A.L.A. hosts hands-on homesteading and bushcraft workshops about everything from beekeeping to fermenting foods to grafting and beyond! Learn more here.

Start a Study Circle

Every year G.A.L.A. helps communities in NH organize Study Circles – small groups of people coming together to learn about topics of sustainability in a fashion similar to a book club.  Learn more.

Sustain-A-Raisers and You!

Sustain-A-Raisers are volunteer-led installations of raised garden beds, rain barrels, compost bins, cold frames, and clotheslines! Inquire about hosting or volunteering for a Raiser today!

Celebrate World Fair Trade Day at Made on Earth & Lydia’s Cafe

How would you like your consumer choices to have a positive impact on people and the planet? Join Made on Earth and Lydia’s Cafe this Saturday, May 10th as they celebrate World Fair Trade Day.

In honor of World Fair Trade Day, Lydia’s Cafe will offer a free cup of fair trade coffee at 3pm to anyone who would like to help set the world record for the World’s Largest Fair Trade Coffee Break. Fair Trade supporters from around the world will join at 3pm Easter/Noon Pacific in solidarity of fair trade and love for coffee! Made on Earth will also be participating by donating 10% of all sales on Saturday to G.A.L.A.’s Sustainability in Action program which comprises of the homesteading workshop series, study circles, film screening, and theme potlucks. So grab your favorite coffee mug, a few friends, and show your support for fair trade this weekend! And spread the word to make trade fair!

Fair trade is a market-based approach to alleviating global poverty and promoting sustainability. The movement behind fair trade advocates payment of a fair price as well as consciousness of social and environmental standards in areas related to the production of a wide variety of goods. It focuses in particular on exports from developing countries to developed countries, most notably handicrafts, coffee, cocoa, sugar, tea, bananas, honey, cotton, wine, fresh fruit, and flowers. Learn more by visiting the Fair Trade Resource Network website.