The San Joaquin Valley is home to vibrant farmlands, but has high food insecurity among its farmworker communities. You know something is wrong with our food system if the people who harvest our food don't have access to it. That's why we launched our beginning farmers project to establish community run farms in the Valley's food deserts. Donate and help us grow - $10 can help provide much needed tools for our beginning farmers.
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CRPE works directly with communities to empower residents to fight for a healthy environment. We create leaders, connect overlooked communities to decision makers and mobilize residents to create their own change. You can be a part of this change by helping fund CRPE's groundbreaking work in low income communities and communities of color facing pollution in their backyards. Over the past…
California's Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) is supposed to regulate hazardous waste. Instead they have turned California's low-income communities and communities of color into the state's dumping grounds. In Kettleman City, DTSC put polluters before people and now the community is paying the price with their health - like high rates of birth defects, childhood cancer and…
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