OaklandNorth writes about Planting Justice’s Transform Your Yard Program!

Planting Justice builds edible gardens for urban dwellers By Rachel HilesPosted September 12, 2014 9:00 am Read the Full Article Here at OaklandNorth  On a warm September day, a group of 20- and 30-somethings gathered just a stone’s throw from Oakland’s coliseum and Oracle arena. They hadn’t come here to enjoy a lazy day watching football […]


Planting Seeds of Sustainability in the Stanislaus County Juvenile Commitment Center

When we came back to the Stanislaus County Juvenile Commitment Center for the first time since our two-day garden build we were eager to be able to teach and learn from the new students we would have. Our day was a sampling of sorts featuring games, activities and culinary arts from three of our dynamic […]


Doi Dicutta Community Project

Fallon Paiute-Shoshone Tribe - Pyramid Lake, Nevada The Doi Dicutta Community Project is a permaculture sustainability and sovereignty project. Members of the Fallon Paiute-Shoshone tribe are laying the groundwork for upcoming projects including: rain gardens and swales, grey water reuse, native medicine gardens, native berry and perennial gardens, annual community gardens, local food cooking classes, cob […]


Owens Valley Puhidua Registry

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Seed Keepers Training: September 20-21

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Thoughts on Policing & Safety (Curriculum Included)

While Oakland has quietly been gearing up for Urban Shield, a police and first responder training, the nation has been captivated by a discourse of police brutality, racial profiling and safety. A string of unarmed men of color shot and killed by police has sparked protests and solidarity movements from Oakland to Ferguson and from […]