Planting Justice In The News:

The Good Table honors the legacy of a Japanese-American East Bay nursery - Berkeleyside

The Good Table honors the legacy of a Japanese-American East Bay nursery - Berkeleyside

These Indigenous Women Are Reclaiming Stolen Land in the Bay Area - Yes! Magazine

These Indigenous Women Are Reclaiming Stolen Land in the Bay Area - Yes! Magazine

The Garden Project at Camp Sweeney

The Garden Project at Camp Sweeney

Oakland Organic Gardener Wins Battle Against Roundup - East Bay Express

Oakland Organic Gardener Wins Battle Against Roundup - East Bay Express

Returning Stolen Land to Native Tribes, One Lot at a Time - Civil Eats

Returning Stolen Land to Native Tribes, One Lot at a Time - Civil Eats

Urban farm Planting Justice adds East Oakland site, hires ex-offenders - Oakland Tribune

Urban farm Planting Justice adds East Oakland site, hires ex-offenders - Oakland Tribune

Kale, Not Jail: Urban Farming Nonprofit Helps Ex-Cons Re-enter Society - New York Times

Kale, Not Jail: Urban Farming Nonprofit Helps Ex-Cons Re-enter Society - New York Times

“Growing a Better System,” using urban gardens to address social inequities. - East Bay Express

“Growing a Better System,” using urban gardens to address social inequities. - East Bay Express

“Planting Justice, Reaping Social Change,” an article from the Daily Kos

“Planting Justice, Reaping Social Change,” an article from the Daily Kos

When Meaningful Work Means Healthy Food - East Bay Express

When Meaningful Work Means Healthy Food - East Bay Express

“A New Leaf,” stories about edible gardens and second chances. - Edible East Bay

“A New Leaf,” stories about edible gardens and second chances. - Edible East Bay

Seeds of Occupy: The Gill Tract Contested Land and Oakland’s Planting Justice

Seeds of Occupy: The Gill Tract Contested Land and Oakland’s Planting Justice

Social Justice : Cultivate Food - Nurture People - Awakin.org

Social Justice : Cultivate Food - Nurture People - Awakin.org

From Desert to Eden with Justice for All - Ecology Center's Terrain Magazine

From Desert to Eden with Justice for All - Ecology Center's Terrain Magazine

“Gardening Behind Bars: San Quentin’s First Harvest,” an article from Civil Eats

“Gardening Behind Bars: San Quentin’s First Harvest,” an article from Civil Eats

“Coming Home,” an article from a Planting Justice employee on re-entry. - East Bay Express

“Coming Home,” an article from a Planting Justice employee on re-entry. - East Bay Express

With A Little Help: McClymonds Freshmen Plant School’s First Vegetable Garden

With A Little Help: McClymonds Freshmen Plant School’s First Vegetable Garden

Prison Gardens Help Inmates Grow Their Own Food — And Skills

Prison Gardens Help Inmates Grow Their Own Food — And Skills

Here’s Some Prison Food That Actually Isn’t Also Being Used To Punish Inmates

Here’s Some Prison Food That Actually Isn’t Also Being Used To Punish Inmates

KPFA, radio channel 94.1, features two of our staff Salvador Mateo and Kevin Williams to discuss the various programs of Planting Justice and their work at our organization.

KPFA, radio channel 94.1, features two of our staff Salvador Mateo and Kevin Williams to discuss the various programs of Planting Justice and their work at our organization.

First Voice Apprenticeship on KPFA features Anthony and Diane, Planting Justice Educators, to discuss the growing organic food movement and community, non-profit gardening.

First Voice Apprenticeship on KPFA features Anthony and Diane, Planting Justice Educators, to discuss the growing organic food movement and community, non-profit gardening.

“Green Jobs to Prevent Recidivism,” a podcast from a local radio channel, KPFA

“Green Jobs to Prevent Recidivism,” a podcast from a local radio channel, KPFA