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WNPJ connects and engages member groups to advance a sustainable world free from violence and injustice.


We offer these pathways to build networks throughout the state to strengthen our collective power, and serve as a catalyst for community organizing and education.

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Weekly E-News & Alerts:

Reaching over 1300 people with information about what’s happening across the state and beyond.

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More about what our members are up to:

WNPJ on Facebook

Events on our website

Weaving the Web Virtual Drop in Hour:

A monthly opportunity to connect with people working for peace and justice throughout Wisconsin.

Meeting ID: 893 6131 3008
Passcode: 797041

   +1 312 626 6799 US 

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Online Resources: 

  • The WNPJ Spotlight blog weaves together a tapestry of weekly stories and learning that help move Wisconsinites towards a Just Transition.

  • Other helpful resources


Fall and Spring Gatherings

Per our by-laws, each year WNPJ holds two main gatherings; a Fall Assembly and another convening in the Spring. These gatherings help us collective review our work, chart our next steps and strengthen our overall purpose and mission as we move forward.


*Community Tabling*

WNPJ has new yard signs!

Check it out!

WNPJ enjoys public interface at a variety of locations. The network shares the spots we reserve with interested member groups. Recent spaces reserved include the largest farmer’s market in WI at the state capitol in Madison, as well as the MREA annual Energy Fair in Custer, WI (June 23-25, 2023).


Sign-up options for the Saturday morning Dane County Farmer’s Market spots for 2023here! Opening day, April 13th, 2024!

WNPJ is committed to grounding in the Just Transition framework

created by the Climate Justice Alliance.

Just Transition is a vision-led, unifying and place-based set of principles, processes and practices that build economic and political power to shift from an extractive economy to a regenerative economy. This means approaching production and consumption cycles holistically and in a waste-free way. The transition itself must be just and equitable, redressing past harms and creating new relationships of power for the future through reparations. If the process of transition is not just, the outcome will never be. Just Transition describes both where we are going and how we get there.

In their own words, Climate Justice Alliance describes the framework:

As WNPJ grounds our work in a Just Transition, we see our role as:

CONNECTOR: Creating opportunities for members to get to know each other and each other’s work. 

CATALYST: Sharing educational resources about the Just Transition framework and other innovative visions and actions.

INCUBATOR: Supporting member groups work grounded in Just Transition and other innovative visions and actions.

AMPLIFIER: Investing resources in the vision and leadership of those on the frontlines and most impacted by the extractive economy.

REFLECTION SPACE: Offering opportunities and tools for network members to reflect on their work.

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