WED July 27 Wendell Berry Book Group

Inspired by the recent Wendell Berry speaking event hosted by Seattle Arts & Lectures, CAGJ’s Director Heather Day will host an evening in his honor at her home on Wed July 27, 6:30 – 8:30pm. Please bring your favorite Wendell Berry poem, story or essay, & be ready to read part of it aloud! You […]

June 11: 5th Annual SLEE Dinner

“Strengthening Local Economies, Everywhere” Saturday, June 11, 2011 Happy Hour 5:00 – 6:30 Dinner 6:30 – 9:30 Same great location: St. Demetrios Church in Montlake: 2100 Boyer Avenue East Buy your tickets now at Brown Paper Tickets! Sliding scale $40-$75: Please be generous in your support! We want to make this event accessible to everyone […]

MON 5/23 Food Justice: A Social Movement Takes Root

Join us for a dialogue with “Food Justice” co-author Robert Gottlieb Monday, May 23 · 7:00pm – 8:30pm – FREE Location: Architecture Hall at UW, on the corner of Grant Lane and Stevens Way, East of the intersection of 15th Ave. NE and NE 40th St. …What is food justice? How would we define it? […]

Sunday May 1 is May Day: March with CAGJ!

March for Immigrant Rights! We’re All Workers!  Washington-Arizona-Wisconsin: The Same Struggle! 12:30 – Meet at corner of 20th & Jackson! March leaves from St. Mary’s Church at 1pm. Call Heather at 206-724-2243 if you can’t find contingent. 1:00: March with the CAGJ banner to Memorial Stadium (401 5th Ave. Seattle, WA 98109). Help make this […]

Thurs April 28: Art+Agriculture #2 w/ Novella Carpenter & okanomodé

Come out this Thursday April 28th at beautiful Washington Hall and support CAGJ on a panel discussion on the intersections of creativity and change! Click here to buy tickets from Brown Paper Tickets!  Thursday April 28 7:00 PM Washington Hall 153 – 14th Ave  tickets: $10/ $7 advance FEATURING NY TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR NOVELLA CARPENTER (FARM […]

SUN April 24: Teach-Out with Cascadian Edible Landscapes

Teach-Out: Engaging our Local Food Cycle! LEARN ABOUT AND WORK WITH AN INNOVATIVE URBAN GARDENING BUSINESS Coordinated by the Food Justice Project of the Community Alliance for Global Justice Sunday, April 24 11:00-3:00 Cascadian Edible Landscapes, whose motto is “Eat Your Yard” exists to transition our yards and blocks into edible gardens, landscapes, and neighborhood […]

April 2 Event: “We Are the Solution!” African Women Speak Out on Grassroots Solutions to Hunger and Poverty

FREE EVENT, 6:30 – 8:30 PM: AGRA Watch presents Fatou Batta, Groundswell International Co-coordinator for West Africa and member of the Strategic Steering Committee of the We Are the Solution! Campaign Location: University Friends Meeting, 4001 9th Ave NE, Seattle 98105, link to map here Please join us for an exciting evening with Fatou Batta […]

March 1: Dan Imhoff on Why the Farm Bill matters and what we can do about it!

Come hear nationally renowned author, researcher, publisher and farmer Dan Imhoff speak about the 2012 Farm Bill. Dan Imhoff is the author of two important books: CAFO: The Tragedy of Industrial Animal Factories and Food Fight: The Citizen’s Guide to a Food and Farm Bill. Tuesday, March 1, 7-9 pm Location: Architecture Hall, University of […]

Jan 22 Teach Out! Central Co-op!

Teach Out! Engaging our Local Food Cycle AN OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN ABOUT A LOCAL CO-OP! Coordinated by the Food Justice Project of the Community Alliance for Global Justice First Event of 2011! Central Co-op Saturday, January 22nd, 10am-2pm CAGJ’s Food Justice Project invites you to join us in visiting Central Co-op, who has made CAGJ […]


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  From Seattle to Cancun: International Coalition Calls on Gates Foundation for Real Solutions to Hunger and Climate Change December 7th, 2010 Contact: Janae Choquette, AGRA Watch, (425) 218-2213, [email protected] Anne Maina, African Biodiversity Network, (+52) 998 188 7412, [email protected] Seattle, WA – Today as thousands march in Cancun for climate justice, Seattle-based […]