Quaker Earthcare Witness is a network of Friends (Quakers) in North America and other like-minded people who are taking spirit-led action to address the ecological and social crises of the world from a spiritual perspective, emphasizing Quaker process and testimonies.

While QEW supports reforms in laws, technology, education, and institutions, its primary calling is to facilitate transformation of humans' attitudes, values, identity, and worldview that underlie much of the environmental destruction going on in the world today.

You can be part of QEW's work by giving of your time, talents, and financial support, becoming a QEW contact for your Meeting, starting an Earthcare group in your meeting, reading and sharing BeFriending Creation and other QEW literature, and leading Earthcare activities in your Meeting.

We hope you enjoy your time exploring our site, and that you learn more about Quaker Earthcare Witness and sign up to receive our publications while you're here.

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Stewardship is a Likely Place to Start: Mountain Valley Pipeline Resistance

Mary Beth Coffey and Jenny Chapman observe tree-cutting on the Coffey farm, flanked by MVP security guards. Photo: Will Solis

Jenny Chapman, a birthright Quaker whose ancestors made the pilgrimage to America with William Penn, lives on a farm on Bent Mountain in rural southwest Virginia and is a member of Roanoke Friends Meeting. She and her husband raised their two sons on the Mountain and now her 10-year old daughter, Evelyn, visits often and has grown up loving the Mountain as well.

The quarterly journal of Quaker Earthcare Witness.

Water: Reconnecting People of African Descent

UN Decade of African Descent QEW is bringing together changemakers of African descent who are working around the world on the issue of water. This follows our successful 2017 gathering on food sovereignty that connected leaders and participants from North America and Africa.RSVP for the Event Here.