The following is a list of the standing committees of the Green Party of Minnesota (GPMN). If you are interested in volunteering your time and talent, committee work is a great place to start. Even if you don't want to be part of the committee itself, most could use some assistance with their current and upcoming projects.
Directly elected by the Green Party membership, the CC consists of At-Large Members and Geographic Members. The CC is responsible for maintaining a permanent Green Party presence in the State of Minnesota and meets on the second Saturday of each month. Contact the GPMN office for meeting locations.
Selected by the Green Party of Minnesota's Coordinating Committee, the Executive Committee has responsibility for legal and financial reporting requirements as defined by state or federal law and other responsibilities as defined by the Coordinating Committee.
Investigates, prepares, and participates in events on behalf of the GPMN. This group is always in need of volunteers to represent Greens at fairs, festivals, and other special events across the state.
Focuses on raising money for the party using both conventional and creative methods.
Works with local Green Parties across the state, and helps them share ideas and experiences.
Deals with the nuts & bolts of party operation. This includes managing the office, and electronic communication & information systems (i.e., the statewide membership database, web site, and e-mail systems).
Core Documents Committee
Guides and oversees the process to update the GPMN's Constitution, Bylaws, Platform and Resolutions. This group serves as the first point of contact for people who are interested in proposing new ideas about our Core Documents.
Edits and designs The Sunflower, the newsprint publication of Green politics & culture in MN. Contributions are always welcome artwork, articles, opinion pieces, photography. Volunteers are also needed to assist with local distribution.
Maintains www.mngreens.org. This involves updating contact information and a calendar of events. They are committed to Open Source technology. Techies welcome!