New Grantee Partners

Grants Program
by Kalliopeia Foundation
Two members of the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network tend a table offering fruits and vegetables.

Detroit Black Community Food Security Network advances movement toward food sovereignty while advocating for justice in the food system that ensures access to healthy food with dignity and respect for all of Detroit’s residents.
FaithLands, an initiative led by the Agrarian Trust and a multi-faith leadership team, is a growing national movement to connect and inspire faith communities to use their land in new ways that promote ecological and human health, support local food and farming, enact reparative justice, and strengthen communities.

For The Wild, an anthology of the Anthropocene, focuses on land-based protection, co-liberation, and intersectional storytelling rooted in a paradigm shift from human supremacy towards deep ecology.
Kinship: A More-than-Human Podcast is an audio collaboration between the Center for Humans and Nature and the nationally-syndicated radio show To the Best of Our Knowledge. Currently in production, the podcast will feature conversations that illuminate the cultural, scientific, and spiritual dimensions of kinship, while exploring how to fairly and effectively give voice to nonhuman beings and landscapes within an entangled and interconnected world.

L.A. Compost connects the people of Los Angeles to the soil and each other. Their work values the importance of what is rejected and discarded, both in the creation of nutrient-rich soils and in the creation of thriving human communities where we all have a place.
Loka Initiative is a new education and outreach platform for faith leaders and religious institutions at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. They support faith-led environmental and climate efforts locally and around the world by helping to build the capacity of faith leaders and culture keepers of Indigenous traditions.
Manidoo Ogitigaan works with Native communities to preserve and revitalize the spiritual knowledge, language, culture, and ceremonies of the Anishinaabeg to improve their health and the health of their ecological family.

Learn more about our grantee partners.