To strengthen the capacity of grassroots leadership in Pennsylvia to advance climate and clean energy policies grounded in equity.
To educate and mobilize rural residents, students, young people, and immigrants in Maine on issues related to democracy and the franchise.
To develop data infrastructure and technology that will ensure more people of color participate in elections by modernizing registration systems, efficiently integrating applicant data with get out the vote efforts, and facilitating advanced voter protection
To mount a forum in November 2019 at the University of New Hampshire that will raise awareness around family farming, fishing, ranching, food chain worker, and food access issues by leveraging the New Hampshire primary’s civic profile.
To lead Maine’s Environmental Priorities Coalition in advancing a set of bold, bipartisan climate, conservation, and environmental health policy priorities over the next year that will get Maine on the path to 100 percent clean energy, reduce carbon emissions, ensure food contact materials are free from hormone-disrupting substances, and invest in public lands and conservation efforts.
To expand funding of grassroots groups in marginalized communities, educate funding partners and donors about how and why to center their investments on equity and just transition, help more traditional funders become comfortable with participatory grantmaking processes, and support the Seed, Grow, and Young Leader work.