Author: Liliana Becerril

Farmworker’s Voices Heard in Sacramento!

It has been four years since CCEJN began working with other organizations to elevate the voices of farmworkers in Sacramento. And our hard work is yielding fruits! On February 7, 2024 the first legislative hearing focused solely on farmworkers was held at the Labor Committee of the Assembly. The Farmworkers working group that CCEJN has […]

Adopt a Tree Fresno tree planting

The San Joaquin Valley Air District Air Pollution Control District awarded Tree Fresno and Central California Environmental Justice Network 1 million dollars to plant 1200 trees in the Fourteen 15-gallon trees were planted with the aid of the Green Team and other West Fresno Youth from Saint Rest Baptist Church on February 24, 2024. Tree […]

Celebration of the Cycle of Life at La Milpa de Fresno

On October 29th, 2023, the staff of the Community Owned Food Systems Program (COFS) at the CCEJN, along with community members who are part of our program, opened the doors of our community educational farm to program funders, agency partners, and local community members. The purpose of the event was to celebrate a successful first […]

La Red de Justicia Ambiental organiza la Segunda Feria de Recursos para Trabajadores Agrícolas Migrantes en el Centro de Vivienda Pomona Ranch

Escrito por: Yelisa Ambriz El Centro de Vivienda para Migrantes se asoció recientemente con la Red de Justicia Ambiental de California Central (CCEJN, por sus siglas en inglés) y otras organizaciones para su segunda feria de recursos, destinada a brindar apoyo y recursos cruciales para los trabajadores migrantes. En la feria de recursos, a los […]

CCEJN hosts Second Resource Fair for Migrant Farmwokers at Pomona Ranch Housing Center

Written by Yelisa Ambriz The Migrant Housing Center recently partnered with the Central California Environmental Justice Network (CCEJN) and other organizations for their second resource fair, aimed at providing crucial support and resources for migrant workers. At the resource fair, migrant workers were offered housing support, aid on enrolling in medical services, know your rights […]

2023: Opportunities for Disadvantaged Communities

by Nayamin Martinez It’s hard to believe that the first month of 2023 has already ended, but what has not ended are the needs and challenges faced by disadvantaged communities. Which are these communities and why are they called that? What are the challenges, but also the opportunities for these communities?  While I am not […]