State: District of Columbia

Animal Welfare Institute

900 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE, Washington, District of Columbia, USA, 20003 - View Map

www.awionline.org

Non-profit dedicated to eliminating animal suffering.

Horses brutally butchered for sale abroad. Dogs and cats stolen for experimentation. Wildlife caught in brutal traps. Farm animals confined in coffin-like crates. Majestic whales slaughtered at sea. The Animal Welfare Institute (AWI) works around the world and on Capitol Hill to address these issues and other forms of animal suffering. Founded in 1951, our mission is to eliminate pain and fear inflicted on animals by humans.

Phone: 202-337-2332

Animal Welfare Approved

900 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE, Washington, District of Columbia, USA, 20003 - View Map

www.animalwelfareapproved.org

Animal Welfare Approved audits and certifies family farms.

The Animal Welfare Approved (AWA) program audits and certifies family farms. Our farmers raise animals outdoors on pasture or range in accordance with the highest animal care requirements in the nation. AWA is a philosophy of respect that provides animals with the environment, housing and diet needed to engage in instinctive behaviors thereby promoting health and well-being. Look for this label on eggs, dairy and meat products.

Phone: 202-546-5292

Green Kids Press

23 T Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia, USA, 20001-1008 - View Map

www.greenkidspress.com

Publisher "Trash to Treasure" Series* Recycling Creatively w/ LT

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Green Kids Press is an eco-friendly publishing company, dedicated to nurturing the imagination, creativity and commitment of children, adults, parents, teachers, librarians, organizations and everyone interested in improving, protecting and saving our planet and the human spirit thru inspirational books and other media.

Proud Publisher of thepopular, amazing, educational and amusing children's illustrated book aboutgoing green, recycling creativelyto help save our planet:

“Trash to Treasure” Series *Recycling Creatively with L.T. "The Bicycle Fence" Written by Tom Noll * Illustrated by Brandon Fall ©2014

Description

Little Tommy is not so little any more. He has outgrown his shoes, clothes and bicycle all in one summer! L.T. (as he is now called) longs for a brand new bike, but when his father builds him one from recycled junkyard parts, L.T. is embarrassed to ride it to school. Can he come up with a creative idea that not only gives him a good-as-new bike, but also provides a new fence for his yard… and helps save the planet in the process?This delightful first book in Tom Noll’s “Trash to Treasure” series, based on events from the author’s own childhood, will inspire young readers to reinvent, repurpose, recreate, reuse and recycle in ways that are both practical and fun.

Tom Noll, Author

Tom is an artist, landscape designer, avid nature lover, recycler and advocate for going green; is a first time writer who lives in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Tom is originally from Somerset, Ohio. For the 15 years he lived in Manassas, Virginia, he was known for his imaginative white bicycle fence at his home, where he decorated them for major holidays. http://www.ltsrecyclingworld.com/">www.LTsRecyclingWorld.com

Mr. Noll and his Recycled Rainbow Truck are available for school and library signing events.

Brandon Fall, Illustrator

Brandon has always loved illustration and spent countless hours of his childhood getting lost in his drawings. He is now fortunate to make a living continuing to do what he loves from his home in California. Brandon’s illustration and design work has appeared in a number of publications and has won awards. When he’s not illustrating, he enjoys spending time with his wife and children in the beautiful outdoors. http://www.fallillustration.com/">www.fallillustration.com

About Us

As they say:

“As the children shall inherit the earth, teach the children well” — Crosby, Stills & Nash.

Our focus at Green Kids Press is to publish inspiring works that come through the enlightened heart, mind and soul of our diverse authors and speak of social values, physical, mental, environmental or humanitarian truths useful for the child within each of us.

Together We Can Make a Difference in the rest of humanity and the world that we live in. So as part of our ongoing commitment and effort to respect and improve the environment – we print our books in an environmentally-friendly manner, using recycled paper, soy ink and green packaging for our distribution, hence we use less energy and create less waste. We encourage Eco-Green Living when possible to help protect our mother earth.

Our mission is to create exciting, rewarding, enriching and inspiring stories for children that promote the love of reading, develop the imagination and prompt children into positive changes and habits that can impact our world and human race. We believe in promoting literacy at all levels by providing positive reading experiences from a wide range of inspiring stories to help children and adults become avid life-long readers.

Alberto Uclés, Publisher

Phone: (202)270-6970

2300 Wisconsin Ave NW Suite 100B, Washington, District of Columbia, 20007 - View Map

bornfreeusa.org

A nonprofit animal organization to "Keep Wildlife in the Wild."

Phone: 2154592447

Washington Peace Center

1525 Newton St NW, Washington, District of Columbia, United States, 20010 - View Map

www.washingtonpeacecenter.org

Education,resources and action for peace and justice in D.C.

The Washington Peace Center is an anti-racist, grassroots, multi-issue organization working for peace, justice, and nonviolent social change in the metropolitan Washington DC area since 1963.

Our mission is to provide education, resources, and action for those working for positive social change and a world free from oppression. We strengthen the impact of peace and justice movements by:

- fostering greater collaboration among activist groups

- bridging the gap between global, national & local issues and communities, and

- providing the material support to achieve these goals.

We have political bumper stickers, buttons, t-shirts and calendars for sale. Plus sign up to get involved in building peace and justice in the DC area, take a free newspaper and nominate your favorite activist for a 2013 Activist Award!

Phone: 202 234 2000