As executive director or Urban Tilth, Doria has been working with and training residents in organic urban agriculture, land stewardship, and local economics. Urban Tilth teaches about the relationships between food, health, poverty, empowerment, and justice; and, through a CSA, Urban Tilth brings wholesome local food to over 400 West County families weekly. It even supplied the hundreds of sunflowers used to protest the Chevron refinery after the 2012 fire.
Beyond Urban Tilth, Doria works with the Richmond Our Power Coalition, and with the Climate Justice Alliance in their Reinvest in our Power and Food Sovereignty working groups. She supports a just transition away from fossil fuels and the development of green jobs in Richmond, including opportunities for youth. She will make a great addition to the Richmond council.
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