The CGC organizing collective is open to all: participation is our only requirement. There are many ways to get plugged in, starting with our weekly organizing calls every Monday evening and our many working groups (details below). And you don’t need to join the collective to create your own #CoopGarden or share resources with people in your communities. We all have a part to play in the struggle for food sovereignty!
Our public organizing calls
Please join our open organizing calls on Mondays @ 8pm ET/5pm PT. Register here (you will receive an email reminder before each call).
Our working groups
If you’re interested in joining any of our fourteen working groups, click on any of these links and then click the “Subscribe to this group” link:
- Media Relations
- Seed Distribution
- Work & Livelihoods
- BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color)
- Accessibility & Inclusion
- Health & Safety
- Anti-Oppression & Allyship Working Group
- Accountability Working Group
The best way to ensure new growers succeed is to connect them with experienced growers who are willing to offer knowledge, tools, seeds, land, and other critical resources. If you have food-growing or food-processing resources to share, please fill out this form for inclusion on our resource-sharing map.
Please read these important Health & Safety Guidelines for sharing resources and community gardening.
A few regional CGC groups have already been formed — and organizers are encouraged to consider starting new ones in their home regions. Visit the Regional Groups page for more information.