Created in 2015, CLP is building change with youth across the spectrum, educators, and communities by learning to see where we consume resources and how we produce waste so that we can innovate ways to switch it up.  


We innovate ways to not produce waste and limit consumption

in the classroom, in our backyards, and everyday life.

We find ways to utilize waste as a resource.

We spread understanding about the social and environmental effects of what we buy, what we eat, and how we choose to live.

We reclaim unused school gardens, we foodscape school campuses,

and we relearn with youth how to grow food.

We become the change.

We teach about food justice, food literacy, and how healthy soil

leads to healthy food which grows a healthy body.

Most importantly,

We mobilize youth, educators, and communities through

consumption literacy education, action, and spreading

what we know,

so others can participate in the movement too.