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Peace Roots
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All of ETC\'s planned events this year
15000 villages on six continents, inventing the future
Save the Huichol
Save the endangered history
Save the Swan River Watershed
Summer camp for homeless and deprived children
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Students from the Farm School helped put siding on the hemp house and build the volunteers camp kitchen at the Pine Ridge Reservation in Porcupine, South Dakota.
With money raised from the "Good Vibes for Palestine" fundraiser put on by the Forum High School on Chicago's South Side, Global Village Institute is working with the Marda Permaculture Training Farm on its "Peace Thru Permaculture" program, providing conflict transformation, village technology, emergency relief and economic development in the West Bank and Gaza.
Our Kids to the Country summer program includes four week-long "camps" with horseback riding, swimming, river canoeing, and bike hikes for underprivileged inner-city children gathered from shelters and low-income neighborhoods.

Swan Trust is seeking donations to match a Nature Conservancy pledge to aid in purchasing essential acres to connect the upper Swan watershed into a contiguous protected area.

Visit Huichol Cultural Center

The Soybean Germ Plasm Collection of the USDA donated 100 each of 34 varieties of soybean seed for Plenty's soybean variety trials on Huichol lands in Mexico. Plenty soy tech Louise Hagler is assisting the Huichols in establishing the first soy dairy in Jalisco.

Since 2003, Peaceroots Alliance has posted over 200 billboards, bus shelters, and other public displays in 15 states. Farms Not Arms joins farmers, food industry workers and farm-workers to oppose the wars for oil and the dangerous cycle of war and terror that threatens our world. More Than Warmth sends peace quilts to children in war torn and impoverished countries. Make a quilt! Send a Quilt! .

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The Farm Midwives continue to provide needed support to medically underserved populations, while advocating for health care reform in every public medium.

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