Food & Environmental Activism

We support GMO labeling and awareness, industrial hemp farming, fair trade, food justice, food sovereignty, reduction of food waste, and environmental leadership.

  • We support Bioneers, which educates communities and brings together social and scientific innovators focused on finding solutions for restoring people and planet.
  • We support the Biosafety Alliance, an alliance of individuals and organizations working to engage in outreach around GMO food issues, as well as advocate for a GMO-free food supply as a means of pushing for a shift from an industrial food model to a model of local resilience.
  • We support California State Grange’s Hemp Aide Concert, raising awareness to bring back industrial hemp farming to the United States.
  • We support the film BRINGING IT HOME, which tells the story of hemp – past, present and future – through a father’s building of the nation’s first hemp house after a quest to find the healthiest possible construction materials.
  • We support the Canadian Biotechnology Action Networks promotion of food sovereignty and democratic decision-making on science and technology issues.  They work to protect the integrity of the environment, health, food, and the livelihoods of people in Canada and around the world.
  • We support Families for Food Freedom, a social action nonprofit sharing information about GMOs and empowering people to make healthy food choices for their families.
  • We support Food Democracy Action, which is dedicated to winning legislation that mandates the labeling of genetically engineered foods in the United States.
  • We support Food Policy Action, promoting policies that support healthy diets, reduce hunger, improve food access and affordability, uphold the rights and dignity of farmers, increase transparency, improve public health, reduce the risk of food-borne illness, support local and regional food systems, protect and maintain sustainable fisheries, treat farm animals humanely, and reduce the environmental impact of farming and food production.
  • We support Food Shift, working with schools, businesses, communities, and governments to develop long-term sustainable solutions to reduce food waste.
  • We support Friends of the Earth’s work towards a more healthy and just world by speaking uncomfortable truths to power and demanding more than people think is possible.
  • We support Global Exchange, an international human rights organization dedicated to promoting social, economic and environmental justice around the world.
  • We support GMO Inside’s belief that everyone has a right to know what’s in their food. Their campaigning is dedicated to helping all Americans know which foods have GMOs inside and to ensuring that everyone has access to organic certified alternatives.
  • We support the film GMO OMG. Director and concerned father Jeremy Seifert journeys from his family’s table to Haiti, Paris, Norway, and the lobby of agra-giant Monsanto, where he is unceremoniously ejected, all in search of the answer to a question that is of growing concern to cit  izens the world over: “What's on your plate?”
  • We support Hawaii SEED, a nonprofit coalition of grassroots groups, farmers activists and community from the five islands working to educate the public about the risks posed by genetically engineered organisms and to promote diverse, local, healthy and ecological food and farming.
  • We support the Institute for Responsible Technology, a world leader in investigating, reporting and educating policy makers and the public about the risks and impact of genetically modified (GM) foods and crops.
  • We support International Funders for Indigenous Peoples (IFIP), which cultivates relationships among international donors and Indigenous grant-seekers to increase philanthropic investment in Indigenous communities around the world, while promoting cross-cultural understanding and sharing of knowledge.
  • We support the Ma’at Youth Academy, an environmental organization committed to the rights of urban youth to enjoy safe, healthy, diverse and rewarding environments, and to their capacity to achieve these conditions themselves.
  • We support Moms Across America’s work to raise awareness and supports moms with solutions to eat GMO free as they demand GMO labeling locally and nationally simultaneously.
  • We support The Non-GMO Project, committed to preserving and building the non-GMO food supply, educating consumers, and providing verified non-GMO choices.
  • We support the film Occupy the Farm, which reveals a new form of activism for the 21st Century by capturing the showdown between over-development and agriculture, as well as the contest of wills between grassroots, consensus-based action and the more rigid power structure backing California’s largest landowner.
  • We support the Open Sesame, a groundbreaking film that will help others learn what is at stake and what can be done to protect the source of nearly all our food: SEEDS.
  • We support the Gaia Institute’s film Seeds of Freedom, which which charts the story of seed from its roots at the heart of traditional, diversity-rich farming systems across the world to its transformation into a powerful commodity used to monopolize the global food system.
  • We support The Pachamama Alliance, which empowers indigenous people of the Amazon rainforest to preserve their lands and culture and, using insights gained from that work, educate and inspire individuals everywhere to bring forth a thriving, just and sustainable world.
  • We support the Virginia Industrial Hemp Coalition in their mission to create legislation that will enable the legal cultivation of one of the world's most versatile and valuable natural resources, Industrial Hemp.
  • We support Vote Hemp, dedicated to the acceptance of a free market for industrial hemp, low-THC oilseed and fiber varieties of Cannabis, and to the rights of U.S. farmers to grow the crop.