queer ecojustice project summer reading group

posted May 2, 2017


Are you dreaming, planting, and tending visions of a queer ecological future? Are you looking to connect with kindred spirits in your region and across the country to share resources to support these visions of collective liberation? Join Queer Ecojustice Project for our first ONLINE reading community!

Most gatherings will be local in your region (we call these regional groups, “nodes”). Monthly online community gatherings will occur in June, July, August, and September.

Already interested? Sign-up HERE.

Read on below for more information about the organizers, facilitators, QTPOC reading group nodes in Oakland and Seattle, and QTPOC community land projects that need your support.


justice begins with seeds conference

posted June 22, 2013

logo_210x2182013 International Conference dates: August 2-3, 2013. Seattle, WA.

Join food justice and NON-GMO food advocates for two days of plenaries, discussion groups and networking opportunities around SEEDS, SOIL, SOVEREIGNTY AND ACCOUNTABILITY. Get the tools you need to support the movement and advocate for NON GMO food!

This annual conference is the largest gathering in the US focused on educating and creating awareness about the implications of GMO seeds. As an international platform to share, learn and launch campaigns in support of a GMO FREE food supply, speakers from various backgrounds will examine GMO seeds’ relation to health, social justice, environment and corporate consolidation within local to global contexts. Featuring Vandana Shiva, Ignacio Chapela, Eric Holt-Gimenez, Wenonah Hauter, and more.

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nice work Seattle

posted July 14, 2011

showing leadership.

Food Systems Coordinator
$35.38 – 53.07/hour plus Excellent Benefits

The Office of Sustainability and Environment is seeking candidates interested in furthering the City of Seattle’s Food Initiative, an effort to increase access to healthy and affordable food for all, promote urban agriculture and foster the growth of local food economies.  Currently, a part-time position, the intention is to seek funding to support a full-time position.  For a complete job description and to apply, visit www.seattle.gov/jobs  by 8/2/11.  The City of Seattle is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values diversity in the workforce.