Kate Weiner

Kate Weiner is an environmental writer and activist with a passion for tending to luscious plants, cultivating creative community, and cooking up healing herbal remedies. Kate graduated in 2015 from Wesleyan University with a double major in Environmental Studies and Anthropology and has a Certification in Permaculture Design from the Occidental Arts and Ecology Center. She is a recipient of the Brower Youth Award for her work with Wild Walls, an interactive program that builds vertical gardens to educate and engage diverse learners, as well as a 2018 Spiritual Ecology Fellow. As the Founder and Creative Director of Loam, Kate curates print publications and teaches workshops on resilient living in collaboration with a constellation of creatives working to inspire social change and ecological regeneration.


Kate Weiner will be co-teaching “A Conversation On Collective Liberation” with Kailea Frederick.