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EAT’s Mission Statement:
To bring the knowledge and resources of regenerative ecological design to communities with the greatest needs and fewest resources.
To teach visionary and practical solutions and personal sustainability to social change activists, and to teach practical skills, organizing, and activism to visionaries.
To cross-pollinate the political, environmental, and spiritual movements that seek peace, justice, and resilience.
Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to support our Diversity Scholarship Fund.
‘Amazing, life-altering experience. We all grow and learn so much during this short time. The safe, supportive environment really facilitates people opening up, feeling empowered, and coming into their true potential. We each find our place and voice here, and are able to carry a piece of that back with us into our work. As Tara said, it’s as much about the inspiration, the community, and empowerment as it is about the information.”
May 2001 and September 2005 EAT