The EFC’s annual InterGen is a great way to share what the latest Encampers are learning. It brings together alums, parents and supporters of different ages and backgrounds from all over the country — and beyond — for several hours of thought-provoking, creative and...
Tribute Book Deadline Extended to Sept. 1
Week Three 2021 Virtual Encampment As the Encampers entered their last full week of the summer intensive, they responded to several questions and heard from recent EFC alums about the social justice work they are doing. What are the ingredients that need to go inside...
Join us Friday July 23–24 for the 2021 Virtual InterGen
In Week Two, the 2021 Encampers led the morning inspirations (all of which can be found on YouTube): C.H.A.D The Change – #BlackLivesMatterII; Natiruts, Ziggy Marley; Yalitza Aparicio – América Vibra #AmericaVibra; Black Girl Fly; The Roots – I Am A Slave Black-ish; 4...
Week One 2021 Virtual Encampment: Forming a Social Justice Community Encampers got to know each other by sharing some of the diverse experiences that brought them to the Encampment in the “River of LIfe” process. What Does Call and Response Have to Do with Building a...
Winners of the Art and Poetry Contest, part of the Other Strawberry Festival, announced!
Join us Sunday June 27 at 10:00 a.m. PT / 11 MT / 12 CT / 1 p.m. ET on Zoom.
This virtual event was a place for conversations about the impact of pesticide use and racial injustice in conventional monoculture strawberry-growing.
The Pesticide Free Soil Project was featured in the 2021 Santa Barbara Virtual Earth Day on April 22.
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This program helped me grow a lot as a person.
… I learned to be more open-minded and obtained a different perspective on life. I have become more confident, and that’s something I really needed. I’m ready to go back to my community and be a leader. I am planning to create a club at my school that will provide career education and guidance toward reaching the level of education required.