on the ground.
profiles in an emerging movement.
Tribal Climate Change Program’s Nikki Cooley
“The thought of the soil between my hands, and planting those seeds and just being really excited about what it’s going to grow into, and what it will provide for me and my family — nourishment. But also it just brings joy.”
Adamah Farm’s Shamu Sadeh
“My very clear purpose was to give people a sense of connection, of relationship with non-human life — with plants, with water, with sky, a sense of understanding of how ecology functioned, and what their connection was to it.”
LA Compost’s Michael Martinez
“Wholeness is really only achieved when broken and imperfect pieces come and work together.”
Earth is ‘Ohana’s Kailea Frederick
“At the core, I am dedicated to waking up the idea of the sacred being present in all living matter.”