Rachel Small & Joanne Jefferson

Rachel is a community builder, organizer, artist, performer, wordsmith, and facilitator. She spends much of her time working within environmental justice movements, and, more specifically, has been engaged for a number of years in activism that opposes the harmful effects and practices of the Canadian extractive industry.

Joanne is a writer and facilitator from the Maritimes now living in Toronto. Her fiction, poetry, and non-fiction work has been included in a variety of national and regional publications and on-line projects.

Articles

Blogs

  • “While monocultures were capable of storing an average of 12 tons of carbon per hectare, the pools rich in species… https://t.co/Jq72kt6agS 2 days 22 hours ago
  • Our land can only hold so much phosphorus before it leaches into waterways, encouraging the growth of dangerous… https://t.co/wqPYbojUHi 4 days 22 hours ago
  • RT : We have an issue coming up on ethical investing for - and when we talk divestment we’ve focused on f… https://t.co/gpOOVlbbkQ 6 days 7 min ago