"In every deliberation, we must consider the impact on the seventh generation." 

Great Law of the Iroquois
SGA works with local government, community and private sector leaders to help communities make the changes they need to build a healthy and sustainable future. Through community-wide sustainability planning, project design and implementation, educational conferences and forums, community network development, consulting, and programs, SGA is a catalyst for local community solutions to global environmental issues. 
SGA’s work covers a broad range of sustainability topic areas, including: energy efficiency and renewable energy, waste reduction in schools and other institutions, local and sustainable food systems, food waste reduction and recovery, open space and ecosystem enhancement, and sustainability education.
SGA is indebted to the many Indigenous tribes that stewarded the land where we live and work, and whose philosophies continue to inspire everything we do. We are on the ancestral lands of the Ojibwe, Odawa, and Potawatomi nations, among many others. 
"Among the hundreds of proposals we have received, your organization stands out as one that will offer social and environmental change. We are confident that your work will continue to contribute to your communities. We look forward to hearing the successes of your organization..."
Carrie Walle
Clif Bar Family Foundation
This New Year Resolve to Reduce Food Waste
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