All these resources are interconnected. They’re fundamental to sharing and sustaining life, and they’re vulnerable to future shortages. This is why we’re focused on the regional communities where we live. We know our community’s history and its culture. We have a much better understanding of our regional needs than a distant corporation does.
When you get involved with EDA, you can use the EDA State Legislative Tracker to learn about pending legislation that will affect food, water or energy in your community.
With our advocacy training, we’ll support you in educating your elected representatives on issues affecting your region. Are there enough resources available to support the population now? Will they be sustainable into the future? Our research team can provide a detailed breakdown of your region’s sustainability.
Along with our dedicated members and partners, you’ll be part of a community that can shift decision-making from political boundaries to natural boundaries. EDA will help you become an informed and engaged citizen.
EDA News is a quarterly publication that includes updates on our activities, feature stories, events, comments from members and reviews of articles from other sources.