The team at Custom Foodscaping is hiring!

Based in St. Louis, Missouri, Custom Foodscaping transforms ordinary outdoor spaces into beautiful, food-producing landscapes. They help people grow organic fruits and veggies in their homes, businesses, and community spaces with the mission of creating a healthier, more connected world. They are a full-service design and install company working from visioning to installation of any […]

Forest ReLeaf seeking Designer for Communications Project

Forest ReLeaf of Missouri, a nonprofit tree growing and planting organization in St. Louis, isseeking a communications student for immediate help with a project. The project is part of a communications effort to promote our 2-year tree planting initiative taking place in the Ville Community in North St. Louis. Our objective is to grow awareness […]

Join us for Planting in the West End!

On October 2 from 8a to 12p, we will be installing about 350 native plants in the West End Park at 5900 Clemens Ave, St. Louis, MO 63112. We need volunteers to help us put plants in the ground, do some light soil moving, and mulch the garden! Come join as your schedule allows. Find […]

Olmsted 200 Webinar: Conversations with Olmsted: Parks, Equity, and Public Health

Olmsted 200 invites you to join the third webinar in our Conversations with Olmsted series. In this series, we explore different aspects of Olmsted’s far-reaching influence on America’s physical landscape and social fabric. This installment is co-hosted with one of our founding partners— American Public Health Association. Olmsted believed parks function as “lungs of the […]

Trailnet is hiring a Community Planning Manager

Trailnet seeks an urban planner to lead our planning efforts to create healthy, active and vibrant communities where walking, biking and the use of transit become a way of life. The Community Planning Manager plays a key role in shaping our planning and design community engagement efforts to increase access to equitable mobility options for […]

Webinar: Indigenous Design: The Intersection of Racial Justice and Design

Wanda Dalla Costa, Principal, Taw Architecture Collective PLLC. Director, Indigenous Design Collaborative.  Wednesday, September 8, 2021, 4-5p EST / 1-2p PSTCredits: 1 LU HSW Session Description: Indigenous design is part of the collective reimaging underway in the field of architecture. Utilizing assets such as stories, rituals, values, history, and knowledge, Indigenous design offers a pathway that is […]

Webinar: Flash Points and Incursions: Designing for the Pluriverse

A discussion with Craig Stevenson and Cory Stevenson from OAC Chicago about codesign, ecologies, and transitions: placemaking as healing and futuring shifting between systems and ecologies transition design August 26th, 2021 6-7p. Register here.

MOMA Webinar: Black Reconstructions: Environmental Justice

How do climate change and racism intersect in American cities and towns to produce risk and harm, as well as possibilities for transformation in Black spaces? What visions for environmental and climate justice have Black communities imagined and enacted? This conversation brings architects, climate activists, and audience members together around key questions raised in the […]

Fellowship with Vacancy Collaborative and Green City Coalition

 A two-year paid fellowship is available with the Vacancy Collaborative and Green City Coalition through a program called Lead For America. The Lead for America fellowship program selects, trains, and places leaders ages 21-30 in high-leverage roles within their local communities.  You can see the specific listing by scrolling down to Missouri. The deadline to apply is […]

Story of Plastic Panel Discussion

“The Story of Plastic” is a powerful documentary exposing how the plastic industry is harming ecosystems and communities. Live stream “The Story of Plastic” for a limited time between March 27 and April 4. Then join WashU alum Deia Schlosberg, director of “The Story of Plastic”, who will join us for a lively panel discussion […]

EcoDistricts Institute Webinar: Just Growth: Advancing a Racial Equity Agenda Through Landuse

EcoDistricts is thrilled to be kicking off our 2021 Webinar Wednesday Series with the renowned Nathaniel Smith of Partnership for Southern Equity on March 17th at 11 AM PST/2 PM EST.  Nathaniel Smith is a passionate advocate for equitable land use practices and one of the top leaders in holistic community sustainability. Smith’s advocacy activities were instrumental in […]

Environmental Racism Solution Series Summit

Environmental Racism Solution Series Summit: Climb atop a mountain of knowledge at our symposium event with entertainment and socially distant activity. Action St. Louis, Arch City Defenders, Dutchtown South Community Corporation, & Sierra Club are partnering again to bring a series of events to dialogue the solutions to make St. Louis a whole and healthy […]

Environmental Racism Solution Series: Old & Moldy Toxins

Environmental Racism Solution Series Event: Old & Moldy Toxins: Take a look into how mold and lead poisoning disproportionately affect BIPOC citizens. Action St. Louis, Arch City Defenders, Dutchtown South Community Corporation, & Sierra Club are partnering again to bring a series of events to dialogue the solutions to make St. Louis a whole and […]

Climate Conversations

The Washington University Climate Change Program has an ongoing semester series on climate conversations. Climate and Environmental Justice Talk at October 29th at 4pm. Join WUCCP to discuss climate justice and environmental justice, highlighting how it pertains to St. Louis. Panelists will include: Leah Clynburn: Beyond Coal Organizer, Missouri Sierra Club Christine Ekenga: Asst. Professor, […]