Events & Opportunities

Opportunities

RFP: National Farm to School Network 2017-2019 Core Partners

Webinar series: Learning to Live with Climate Change: What Educators Need to Know

Online Certificate Program on Education for Sustainable Development

2017 GreenThumb Youth Leadership Council-HS Application

HoneyColony.com looking for writers

HoneyColony (www.honeycolony.com <http://www.honeycolony.com&gt; ) is looking for well researched articles and personal stories of healing and transformation to publish on our site. We are also looking for regular staff writers to write journalistic articles on food politics, food justice, natural health, the environment, healing, food politics, and more!

HoneyColony, a magazine and marketplace geared toward people who are starting on their health journey, covers food politics, food security, nutrition, and ongoing campaigns. We are a budding startup and already reach 5 million a month
This site is brought to you by activist, journalist, and director of the award-winning film Vanishing of the Bees, narrated by Ellen Page. HoneyColony is dedicated to putting honesty back into mainstream health and our food supply! This 75-second animation explains our concept: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SqCgdPE-hoM

Unfortunately, we can’t pay as high as we’d like for our stories, but here is our pay scale:
Listicles (700-1000 words): $40
Curated stories (800-1200 words): $50
Well-researched investigative pieces (1200-1500 words): $75

If you’re interested, please send writing samples and relevant work experience.
Sweetly,

Maryam Henein

CoFounder, HoneyColony
maryam@honeycolony.com

323-640-9710

Events

City Growers Education Conference

Call for Workshops: Free Minds, Free People Conference

Border Crossers Talking about Race in the Classroom (I highly recommend!)

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About NYC Garden Network

Seasoned writer with education as primary area of interest. Expansive portfolio of materials, from instructional guides to articles. Active independent contractor taking on new challenging projects regularly. Committed to school gardening and related environmental issues.
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