At A Glance


Sydney Griffith


Acton, Maine

Primary Issue Area:

  • Food
  • Environmental Health
  • Land & Water
  • Living Economies
  • Climate Change & Energy

Active since:


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Our Purpose

Our mission is to co-create a sustainable future through co-creating joyful learning experiences that empower people to live & thrive in harmony with earth & with each other. Motivating our work is our commitment to environmental stewardship, housing justice and food sovereignty. We’re acting on this by: Empowering people to forage, grow, & sustainably source their own food through educational workshops & connection to hyperlocal networks that exist outside of corporate food systems; Connecting builders, permaculturists, native land stewards, healers, teachers and community organizations prioritizing the 3 pillars of community organizing work: Social, Environmental and Economic Justice.We are building a community committed to learning how to cooperate and coordinate in ways that make the world a better place via producing permaculture action and natural build-focused workshops and events. We are weaving together hubs and community centers all over the planet that provide space for people to learn about solving for their basic needs of food, water, and shelter, and where people can get their basic needs met in exchange for sharing their gifts and offering their skills.We strive to foster a culture where people feel empowered to express themselves, learn, make mistakes, and grow.