Loam is a movement of compassionate and creative activists who strive to support one another as we find our footing in the heart of the climate crisis. Our community is passionate about seeding regeneration, resilience, and joy through embodied experiences that inspire the cultivation of sustainable activist practices, foster intersectionality across movements, and help each one of us to heal our connection to our earth.

From publishing a vibrant print magazine that shares stories from diverse artists and activists to teaching workshops on everyday activism, community resilience, and spiritual ecology, Loam's crew is committed to building a better world through arts-as-activism. 

As an emerging magazine and movement, we are grateful for any kind of support you can offer. Have a story that you want to bring into fruition? A project you hope to share? Reach out to our founder Kate at connect@loammagazine.com with ideas, inspiration, and suggestions. Loam is an ongoing conversation with our community and we truly love hearing from you all. 

 

KATE WEINER (Founder and Creative Director) is an environmental educator and writer. A recipient of the 2015 Brower Youth Award and a 2018 Spiritual Ecology Fellow, Kate teaches workshops across the country on low-waste living, permaculture in practice, and resilience. Her work has been published in Food52, Remedy Quarterly, Earth Island Journal, Chickpea, and The Man Repeller, and she has been featured in I Am That Girl, Illuminate, Minimal Mess, and Woodland Keep

 

GIORGIA SAGE (Design Director) is a poet and graphic designer from San Francisco. She is a 2015 826 Valencia Young Author Scholarand a Point Foundation semi-finalist. She advocates for the importance of integrating environmental awareness and sustainability practices in the contemporary social justice movement and believes firmly in the power of good design as a tool for better world-building. Her writing has been published in SELFISH, The Found Poetry Review, Barking Sycamores, and Your Impossible Voice, among other journals, as well as the MOTIF and Paper Swans anthology series.

 

JULIA ST. CLAIR (Reawakening Resilience Intern) is a photographer and sporadic farmer who is passionate about ending environmental racism, promoting sustainable living, and advocating for Indigenous rights. She is attending The New School in New York City, pursuing a BFA in photography and BA in environmental studies with a minor in global studies. When she’s not photographing feral cats in Queens, she can be found hiking up every mountain in Maine.