April 20, We Shall Breathe Summit
Join Regenerative Grazing NC for a discussion on regenerative grazing and its impacts on climate change. Moderator Mary Beth Miller from Carolina Farm Stewardship Association will lead the discussion with the panelists. Register here.
Haw River Assembly is hosting an online panel discussion with current and former Board members Nicole Spivey, Crystal Cavalier, Ayo Wilson, Jeannie Ambrose, and Maribel Sierra – bringing Black, Indigenous, Asian and Hispanic perspectives to issues of environmental activism, equity and justice. Join online here.
10 am – 1 pm, online
The absence of consistent, standardized reporting on the issue has prevented researchers from gaining a true understanding of the problem. NC is 8th in the nation for Human Trafficking, and we need to highlight this, raise awareness and prevent trafficking of Native peoples by educating them on what human trafficking is, available resources, safety tips, and ways to get involved in their communities. More information here and RSVP here.
Going online with our Haw River Festival with 3 bands, plus, a silent auction, and river videos. Check the website for updates and online link.
Under Noski’s leadership, Wells Fargo has re-established itself as the world’s largest funder of fracking, doubled down on backing Line 3, and loaned billions to coal, oil and gas companies. Ahead of the April 26th shareholder meeting, we’re calling on all of Wells Fargo’s investors to vote Charlies Noski off the board for his lack of climate leadership. Sign letter here.