Opportunities tilted toward the future
Looking for a senior work project site? How about a destination for an alternative board meeting? Our Retreats Program is booking groups for 2015 and we'd love to have you join us.
Come get your hands dirty and experience Camden in its fullness!
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An agent for environmental justice
CFET is dedicated to environmental development not only through changing behaviors but also through changing hearts and attitudes. We invite all who are willing and able to join us in this work of treading more lightly on the earth and its resources.
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7th Annual Thomas Berry Lecture
Join us on Saturday, October 3, 2015 at 3PM at Sacred Heart Church in South Camden for a stimulating call to action by Mark Elizabeth Clark, SSJ, director of the Earth Center at Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia, and one of only 25 Ambassadors for the Catholic Climate Covenant. The title of her talk is "One Earth, One Family Together: Practical Ways to Respond to Earth's Cry." One week after Pope Francis visits our area, and invites us to care for the earth, Sr. Clark will provide us very specific and powerful ways to do just that. Join us. It's free to attend, but will cost a bit to leave!
2015 Thomas Berry Lecture
September 15, 2015
CFET in the news!
Read about us in the Courier-Post today. Paste this address into your browser or visit our Facebook page.http://www.courierpostonline.com/story/life/2015/09/14/camden-teens-learn-nutrition-ground/72261650/
CFET manages about one acre of growing space at five locations in Waterfront South. Growing over 2,000 pounds of fresh chemical-free fruits and vegetables, thousands of seedlings, and hundreds of native plants these gardens serve as community gathering spaces, outdoor classrooms, and an urban connection to the natural world.
Springing from a unique combination of service, education, reflection, and relationship building, our environmental retreats are the perfect opportunity for groups to participate in the daily work and life of CFET. Come work, learn, and stay at our Center for a chance to experience the progressive, environmental change occurring daily in our neighborhood.
Eco Interns is an intensive job-training program for youth ages 14-19, which uses urban gardening, cooking, and entrepreneurship as a vehicle to develop leadership capabilities among youth. If you're a young person looking for employment in Camden please read more and contact us with any questions!
Ways to help
Our community efforts are supported by a strong base of volunteers, serving across a wide spectrum: no matter what you love to do, be it videography, cooking, engineering, story-telling, gardening, teaching, or anything else under the sun, let us know and we’ll try to get you connected.
The best advocates are those who speak with passion, those who use their own voice and pen to create a better world. Join us and lend your voice to a few of the causes we're currently focusing on.
Whether you're looking for a few extra seedlings to round out your personal garden or are simply in need of presents for the holidays, our environmentally responsible products are a great purchase. Best of all, every dollar spent in our store directly supports our programs in Camden!