Women's Environmental Institute

The Women's Environmental Institute at Amador Hill is an environmental research, renewal, and retreat center designed to create and share knowledge about environmental issues and polices relevant to women, children and communities overcoming environmental injustices; to promote organic and sustainable agriculture and skill building; and to promote activism that influences public policy and promotes social change.

Women's Environmental Institute
P.O. Box 128
15715 River Road
North Branch, MN 55056
United States
6515830705
http://www.w-e-i.org

Executive Director

Karen Joy Clark

Management Team

WEI Staff Members: Karen Clark, Jacquelyn Zita, Beth Hatch, Aisha Gomez, Angelina Vasquez Matias, Emily Moore, Laurie Allmann, Fardin Oliaei, Ann Fredrickson, Charley Hatch

Board of Directors

WEI Staff Members: Karen Clark, Jacquelyn Zita, Beth Hatch, Aisha Gomez, Angelina Vasquez Matias, Emily Moore, Laurie Allmann, Fardin Oliaei, Ann Fredrickson, Charley Hatch

Mission

The Women's Environmental Institute at Amador Hill is an environmental research, renewal, and retreat center designed to create and share knowledge about environmental issues and polices relevant to women, children and communities overcoming environmental injustices; to promote organic and sustainable agriculture and skill building; and to promote activism that influences public policy and promotes social change.

Programs

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), Organic Farm School (OFS), Eco-Retreat Center,

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