We’re looking for a new Food Justice Project Co-Coordinator!

Are you… …Passionate about Food Justice?? …Interested in building community? …Interested in learning new community organizing skills? …a person who enjoys multitasking and coordinating? …in support of the Food Justice Project’s mission of making local, sustainably…

FRI 12/13: CAGJ’s Annual Holiday Soiree

Friday Dec 13th,  6 – 9pm YOU ARE INVITED TO CAGJ’s Annual Holiday Soiree! ALL ARE WELCOME Location: Bobby & Michael Righi’s home, 6002 Fremont Ave, Seattle (Greenwood neighborhood). RSVPs appreciated but not required: contact_us@cagj.org The…

CAGJ is hiring Organizing Director (part-time)

CAGJ Organizing Director Job Description Application Due: Friday, November 15th, 2013 Location:  Seattle, WA Start Date: Jan 6, 2014 Salary: 15 – 18K for 20 hours/week, depending on experience About CAGJ: CAGJ is a volunteer led, membership-based…

Reportback: Co-Founder of Biosafety Alliance Speaks in Seattle

Miguel Robles, co-founder of the Biosafety Alliance and Field Organizer for Proposition 37 to label GE Foods in California, visited Seattle in October to support Initiative 522 to label GE (genetically engineered) foods in Washington. On…

Report Back: Oct 19 Duwamish River Teach-Out!

By Darcy Buendia The T-107 public access site of the Duwamish river is a refreshingly green oasis within Seattle’s industrial district, and I would never have known, without being told, that this oasis only exists thanks…

Sermon for 2013 World Food Day: A Jewish perspective on GMO labeling, by Phil Bereano

Phil Bereano is on CAGJ’s Advisory Board and is an active member of AGRA Watch. He recently gave this sermon on an issue CAGJ is involved in. Today your ballots probably arrived, and one of the…

Food Injustice through International Trade

By Vanessa Lopez, CAGJ Food Justice Project Volunteer It isn’t a mistake that the average person knows next to nothing about the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP). It’s a secret trade agreement being negotiated by several countries…