Stop Waste. A California-based public agency responsible for reducing waste in Alameda County. Excellent information and curriculum materials.
Shelburne Farms provides environmental and sustainability education for children, adults, and educators, both through their website and at their farm.
Keep America Beautiful works to build and sustain communities through education and behavior change. Guidebooks available online are comprehensive, contain excellent overviews on waste-related topics, and have many well-designed classroom lessons.
Cornell Waste Management Institute. Research, outreach, training, and technical assistance, with a focus on organic residuals. Many lesson plans available through their Trash Goes To School program.
The Story of Stuff Project. Short films, lesson plans, podcasts about how we make, use, and throw away Stuff.
Vermont Building and General Service purchasing contracts, for recycling and food scrap collection containers and other supplies
Trash Contract Renegotiation Guide (Produced by Highfields Center for Composting): information for schools and businesses on waste hauling fees, to assist in contract negotiation and cost savings
New England Grassroots Environmental Fund (NEGF) supports community-based environmental projects throughout New England. NEGF provides resources, tools, and trainings, as well as grants to groups and schools beginning or improving environmental projects.