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External References

The list below contains other references that demonstrate the concept behind Oasis tlc!

The mission of Bittersweet Farms is to positively impact the lives of individuals with autism and those whose lives they touch.

The Camphill movement is an initiative for social change dedicated to creating intentional communities where the values of service, sharing, spiritual nourishment, and a commitment to recognizing each individual’s gifts and contributions offer a model of renewal for the wider society.

New Jersey’s most valued and reliable resource for referrals, services, and the latest information about autism. Their understanding and experienced staff has in-depth knowledge of New Jersey resources and service systems. These areas of expertise include early intervention, special education, state-funded services, adult services, insurance coverage, and much more.

Rodale Institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to growing the regenerative organic agriculture movement through rigorous research, farmer training, and education. Their groundbreaking science and direct farmer-support programs serve as a catalyst for change in farming and food production worldwide.

The Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Jersey (NOFA NJ) has supported and advocated for organic farming and local food systems in the Garden State since 1985. From technical support to educational programming and policy advocacy, their work is dynamic, community-focused, and has lasting impacts throughout the entire food system.

The National Center for Appropriate Technology’s ATTRA Sustainable Agriculture program supports farmers, ranchers, agriculture educators, and land managers at every stage of their agricultural journey.

New Jersey farmers are innovative and diverse, with many growing specialty crops and selling directly to consumers.  This Rutgers Farm Management Website provides resources to help New Jersey farmers continue to thrive in the Garden State.

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