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Climate change affects each aspect of life on earth–especially our food system.
At 21 Acres, we focus on learning together as a community about green energy, soil health, regenerative farm practices, and the health of our local food systems as solutions to climate change.
The good news is that the way we grow and eat food, from worms to transportation, can be a solution.
You are a part of this movement. Get involved and commit to climate solutions in your community.
At the 21 Acres green building, we strive to incorporate the natural and the built environments. Transitioning to renewable energy and working to make building systems efficient are major steps in impacting climate change.
What’s Happening at 21 Acres: 21 Acres all-electric delivery box truck will reduce carbon emissions and transport local food.
Healthier soils lead to a cooler planet. Using historically and culturally tested land stewardship techniques, regenerative farm practices can draw carbon out of the atmosphere and use it to grow nutritious food for the community.
What’s Happening at 21 Acres: We celebrated World Soil Day by learning about ways to take action for soil health.
In the Pacific Northwest, many natural spaces rely on thriving wetlands to support the health of the environment, humans, and agriculture.
What’s Happening at 21 Acres: Happy World Wetland Day! 21 Acres wetlands store carbon and provide ecosystem services.
Local Food Economies
We can support local food systems in a variety of ways that contribute to income for farmers, the health of our families, and the wellbeing of our planet.
What’s Happening at 21 Acres: Stocking Up: Mary shares 21 kitchen scraps to save for the stock pot.
Climate change affects all of us. Collective action can change that.
Talking about Climate Change
Talking about climate solutions to friends, family, coworkers, changemakers, and policy advocates can influence change in your community.