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Call for Nominations: 2021 Anthony Grassroots Prize
Who is your environmental hero? Just Launched: Nominate your grassroots champion today for the 2021 Anthony Grassroots Prize, recognizing a grassroots environmental champion. Find out more here.

February 2021 E-News
Our movement was built on the legacy and leadership of Black activists fighting for clean air, water, and soil. Head to this month's E-News to join us in celebrating Black History Month, find out how New Voices Fellow David's soil testing project, meet Ms. Margaret Gordon - founder of our partner West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project, and so much more.

Black-Led Grantees Driving Forward Just and Resilient Communities
Our movement's progress would not be possible without the leadership of Black activists, who bring attention to the deep connections between the environmental devastation in their communities, racism, and economic injustice. Continue reading to get to know just a few of our Black-led grantees!

New Voices: Growing Food Justice Starting with Soil Testing
"As this year’s Food Justice Fellow, I am trying to increase the accessibility of fresh and healthy food in communities with barriers to accessing them." Click here to find out how our New Voices Fellow David is helping Oakland youth grow food justice, starting with soil testing!

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News and Features

Call for Nominations: 2021 Anthony Grassroots Prize
Who is your environmental hero? Just Launched: Nominate your grassroots champion today for the 2021 Anthony Grassroots Prize, recognizing a grassroots environmental champion. Find out more here.

February 2021 E-News
Our movement was built on the legacy and leadership of Black activists fighting for clean air, water, and soil. Head to this month's E-News to join us in celebrating Black History Month, find out how New Voices Fellow David's soil testing project, meet Ms. Margaret Gordon - founder of our partner West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project, and so much more.

Black-Led Grantees Driving Forward Just and Resilient Communities
Our movement's progress would not be possible without the leadership of Black activists, who bring attention to the deep connections between the environmental devastation in their communities, racism, and economic injustice. Continue reading to get to know just a few of our Black-led grantees!

New Voices: Growing Food Justice Starting with Soil Testing
"As this year’s Food Justice Fellow, I am trying to increase the accessibility of fresh and healthy food in communities with barriers to accessing them." Click here to find out how our New Voices Fellow David is helping Oakland youth grow food justice, starting with soil testing!

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