What Can I do?

Take action on current issues from the Action Alerts page.

Join the RF3 work group listserv to receive meeting notices and email updates on our work.

Support our priority legislation.

Attend our Meetings

The Regenerative Farming, Forests and Food Systems work group meets on the third Monday of every month at 7:00 p.m. and during the break out sessions at CAN’s monthly meetings, the 4th Monday of the month.

Meetings are now held online. Join the work group list to receive meeting details.

Next meeting: May 16, 2022 at 7:00 pm.

Attend our Events

Deep Roots for Food Justice: Nourishing the Community and the Earth

May 3rd 7:00-8:30 pm Register HERE

Join Grow Food Northampton and Panelists Kia Aoki, Jillian Fanion, Edgardo Cancel, Pat James, and Alisa Klein   

Grow Food Northampton’s (GFN) mission is to build a resilient local food system rooted in racial, economic, and environmental justice. The organization’s food access, land access and stewardship, and community education endeavors not only meet the immediate needs of community members experiencing food insecurity, but provide long-term, foundational solutions for food justice and increased climate resilience. With a 121-acre Community Farm in Florence as the heart of all GFN does, the organization is working comprehensively to ensure that everyone can garden, farm, and grow and access food in ways that nourish our community and the earth. 

Register in advance for this meeting.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing your personal link for joining the meeting.

Coming on May 19, 2022:
Reparations: Why they matter to the climate movement – with Ibrahim Ali and Kathleen Anderson
7:00 – 8:30 pm

Educate Yourself

Learn more about these issues on our Resources page!

Visit the NOFA/Mass site where you’ll see helpful tips for action steps everyone can take to restore carbon to the soil and turn climate change around.

Get in Touch

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If you want more information, click or send an email to farms-forests-food@climateactionnowma.org .