White Lake Area Climate Activists lead the City of Montague to declare a Climate Emergency

Written by Sarah Gibes; Photo courtesy Tamara Horne (Tamara Horne, left; Lori Heinz Coleman, right) When the White Lake Area Climate Action Council (WLACAC) first met, they connected through their…

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The Environmental Movement Has to Include Uplifting BIPOC Communities

Written by Skyla Jewell-Hammie We are in an incredibly fragile time in our country. This past Wednesday, extreme political groups stormed the Capitol Building in Washington D.C. Their outrage comes…

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Nominate a Hidden Heroine for the 2019 Women, Community, & Environment Series!

Written By: Madison Rhoades, WMEAC Intern   Do you know a woman in your community who dedicates her time, energy and talent towards environmental protection, education and/or justice? It turns…

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V.I.P. Keynote at the 2018 Women and the Environment Symposium

by Kim Buchholz Peggy Shepard, co-founder and executive director of WE ACT for Environmental Justice, will be our keynote speaker for the 2018 Women and the Environment Symposium on Tuesday,…

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February Love Special: Passionate Organizations Seeking Passionate Volunteers

The Community Organization Service Fair is part of the 2018 Women and the Environment Symposium, an annual WMEAC event series.   by Angela Fox   February is often associated with…

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