JOYFUL GIVING GOALS


Help Earth Activist Training sponsor 5 indigenous people & people of color working in environmental justice!


EAT’s Diversity Scholarship Program nurtures community leaders who can help us find new ways to grow food and grow the healthy social relations we need to transform our human ecosystems. 

Earth Activist Training teaches permaculture design with a grounding in spirit and a focus on organizing and activism; regenerative land management training, social permaculture and facilitation intensives; and an integrating program of ritual exploration and deepening earth connection. Learn more about our programs here.

We have a long running Diversity Scholarship Program which makes these trainings accessible to those who may not otherwise be able to access them. But we need your help to continue!

Please donate what you can!


Thank you! Your contributions and kindness keep our classroom doors open!

With love,

Starhawk and all of us at Earth Activist Training


Here's what one of our Diversity Scholarship students has to say about his experience:


“Before the privilege of attending my first EAT course in March 2017, I had been trapped in the hole of working job-to-job. In June 2017, I took the Permaculture Design Course with Starhawk & Charles Williams.

I am currently facilitating a project based environmental science curriculum in Gary, IN – a town that sits in the shadows of Chicago, IL as a poverty-ridden, violent, and food deserted area. The course helped me in how it provided me with so many resources, with the tools to create partnerships and therapeutic methods to bring beauty to ourselves and our surroundings.” Malik Coburn

DISCOVER MORE ABOUT THE IMPACTS OF OUR PROGRAM FROM STARHAWK HERE

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Earth Activist Training's JOYFUL GIVING | A Diversity Scholarship Drive

by Earth Activist Training: A Program of Alliance of Community Trainers


JOYFUL GIVING GOALS


Help Earth Activist Training sponsor 5 indigenous people & people of color working in environmental justice!


EAT’s Diversity Scholarship Program nurtures community leaders who can help us find new ways to grow food and grow the healthy social relations we need to transform our human ecosystems. 

Earth Activist Training teaches permaculture design with a grounding in spirit and a focus on organizing and activism; regenerative land management training, social permaculture and facilitation intensives; and an integrating program of ritual exploration and deepening earth connection. Learn more about our programs here.

We have a long running Diversity Scholarship Program which makes these trainings accessible to those who may not otherwise be able to access them. But we need your help to continue!

Please donate what you can!


Thank you! Your contributions and kindness keep our classroom doors open!

With love,

Starhawk and all of us at Earth Activist Training


Here's what one of our Diversity Scholarship students has to say about his experience:


“Before the privilege of attending my first EAT course in March 2017, I had been trapped in the hole of working job-to-job. In June 2017, I took the Permaculture Design Course with Starhawk & Charles Williams.

I am currently facilitating a project based environmental science curriculum in Gary, IN – a town that sits in the shadows of Chicago, IL as a poverty-ridden, violent, and food deserted area. The course helped me in how it provided me with so many resources, with the tools to create partnerships and therapeutic methods to bring beauty to ourselves and our surroundings.” Malik Coburn

DISCOVER MORE ABOUT THE IMPACTS OF OUR PROGRAM FROM STARHAWK HERE