Defending the Tongass Rainforest of Alaska through Women-led Indigenous Action
This women led project is working to protect 9.2 million acres from old-growth logging and mining. Industrial logging would remove stands of ancient trees and eliminate the benefits they currently provide as a buffer against climate change.
Propagating Native Plants and Revitalizing Ecological Practices of Indigenous Women in the Mississippi Delta
With this women led project, the Houma and intertribal women from the Bvlbancha Collective are building a network of food and medicinal gardens in order to revitalize traditional ecological practices and to provide income.
Protecting and Restoring the Itombwe Rainforest through Community Action in the Congo
This women-led project aims to reforest 1,209 square kilometers in south Kivu Province.