Mission & History


Tools for Understanding

    •  Environmental Justice
    •  Community Service Learning
    •  Geographic Information Systems

Partnerships for Action

    •  Gardening
    •  Habitat for Humanity
    •  Garden Notes

Programs for Making Connections

    •  Community Supported Agriculture
    •  Food Policy

Recent Partners and Associates


Publications & Resources


Who We Are





Environmental Partnerships Begin Here

Each day we recreate the world through our choices.
Each day, God calls us to create just and loving relationships.
Each day we can take small steps toward the Kingdom we yearn for.

- from Food and Faith: A Journey Beyond the Supermarket

Environmental issues are regional - causes and consequences don't stay in one place. Both urban and suburban congregations are needed to help develop solutions and implement them.

Congregations and environmental groups make good allies - despite their real differences, both have knowledge and wisdom, care about community well-being, mobilize on justice issues, and strive to talk effectively about right and wrong.

We are all laypeople in one situation or another - no one is an expert in all that must be done to achieve environmental justice and stewardship. We all benefit from improving our ability to talk effectively about technically and ethically complex topics.