- Meet Your Farmer: Regional Event
- Meet & Greet with Kristi Marsh
- Tackle Cleaning Products
- Meet Beth Conway, Women's Voice for the Earth | Communications Director
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Our Writing Team is a key piece of the Savvy Women's Alliance; it gives our voice a "friendly face" as we simplify the nontoxic living learning curve. Our volunteer writers love to write, they are valued, and deep down, they know their heart's work is making a difference.
Did you know that 61% of those who come to our nonprofit want to be around more like-minded women? That 28% feel isolated but want to learn? Or 32% want to make a difference, but just aren't sure how?
Our nonprofit erases these barriers. We offer an encouraging community for women to learn and create change. We are fulfilling a missing puzzle piece in the movement. Will you help us reach out to others?
For the same amount of one fancy coffee a month, you can: Donate a Membership Forward or Gift A Membership to a Friend. What does this mean?Read More »
Volunteers have come together from across the country and even into Canada to support our nonprofit. We now have an amazing platform with many plans still to unfold. We are growing fast. The only limitation? Hours in a day and volunteers joining in! (Such is the world of nonprofits!)
At this point, you have a pretty good idea who 'Savvy' is and now we would like to get to know you better. Which position interests you? Let's find a meaningful role, task or project that is right for you.Read More »
Photo: Clean Water Action
If marching into a retail store to educate management on environmental health concerns is not on your to-do list, we dare you to press play on this video.
Yes, we are certain that Tess, Sophia, Erin, Kayla and Sidney will make you smile. But after listening to their brave hearts,you just might rethink about what happens when you walk into a store.Read More »
Elizabeth Saunders brings delightful humor to understanding today's activism (a word often followed by "oh, I am not that!) in out Talk Savvy to Me video.
"If I say the word activist you might have the image of people hanging banners, or chaining themselves to trees or screaming at authority figures or living in tents. Those are all activism. Or they can be. But a lot of activists have never done any of these things.
So, what is the definition of activism? I think that really it is noticing something that you think needs to be changed and using your influence to change it."
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This is the second in a series of four video from our annual Talk Savvy To Me event where we celebrated volunteers while sharing hot topics from powerful speakers.
From young breast cancer survivor and mainstream mom to national protector-and-educator of women’s “eco- health,” Kristi Marsh is the founder of the Savvy Women's Alliance and Choose Wiser. Here she weaves real life emotions and humor into a meaty, must-know mesmerizing climate of environmental health - and what is ahead for all of us.Read More »
Our Writing Team is a key piece of the Savvy Women's Alliance; it gives us our voice a "friendly face" as we simplify the nontoxic living learning curve. Our volunteers writers love to write, they are valued, and deep down, they know their heart's work is making a difference.
This is the first of four videos from our annual Talk Savvy To Me event where we celebrated our volunteers and shared hot topics from powerful speakers. We hope you can attend our next Talk Savvy To Me in late 2018.
Donna Morin, M.Ed, is a nutrition and lifestyle coach trained in mindfulness-based stress reduction. She began her practice after diet and lifestyle changes resolved her own health troubles, but her biggest lesson so far has been recognizing that good, lasting health is about so much more than food.
Get ready to go on an amazing learning adventure as Donna makes food cool for kids and us as well. Watch for the brilliant way Donna uses analogies with a garden hose, a zoo and a circle of Barbies to bring microbiomes to light.Read More »
"I want to congratulate you, Julia, on your outstanding achievements in writing and volunteer work in the Savvy Women's Alliance. To balance a college course load and still find the time to give back to the community is truly remarkable. I encourage you to keep up the good work and continue to inspire others in your path. Congratulations!"–Jeff Kinney, Diary of A Wimpy Kid
“I’ve always loved nature and being outdoors, and the sense that humans were doing more harm than good seeped into me like so many others and, though not an activist by any means, I began to take those many small steps to tread lightly on this Earth, live by example, and help wherever I could.
Four years ago, I became a beekeeper and the learning curve shot up. Watching and learning about my bees gave me a holistic view of our world and how one small change – good or bad – can have such a ripple effect.”
– Janice Sina, New Savvy Women's Alliance Member and Volunteer
Here’s what we’re talking about this month: