Women Environmental Artists Directory
One of the co-founders, Ms. Steinman, is considered a leader in the eco art field and has participated in roundtables and artists in residences programs,  and is listed in the sculptor directory of the International Sculpture Center. Another co-founder, Jo Hanson, was instrumental in founding an EPA Artist in Residence Program, which was aimed at educating the public about recycling. Another of the WEAD co-founders, Estelle Akamine, was also one of the artists in residence. Ms. Akamine's work has also been featured at the Museum of Craft and Folk Art museum store and has lectured at a textile lecture series. All three co-founders were featured in a discussion about women artists of the American West who's art was about current social concerns.
WEAD also published a magazine, which focuses on such topics as dirty water, and the legacy of atomic energy. A recent guest editor was Dr. Elizabeth Dougherty, founder of Wholly H2O, and speaker at events such as Pacific Gas and Electric Company conference on Water conservation and Toulumne County's conference on greywater. Linda Weintraub was a contributor to a recent issue of the WEAD magazine. Ms. Weintraub is the author of well known books on art and activism such as "To Life!" and is an eco art activist.
- "About Us". Women Environmental Artists Directory. Retrieved 12/8/2013.
- Leibovitz Steinman, Susan. "JO HANSON: Pioneering Environmental Artist Dies in San Francisco". Green Museum. Retrieved 12/8/2013.
- "Green Arts Web: Artists & Projects". Carnegie Mellon University. Retrieved 12/8/2013.
- "Earthly Concerns, Activist EcoArt curated by WEAD". University of San Francisco. Retrieved 12/8/2013.
- "CONVERGENCE/DIVERGENCE SYMPOSIUM". Los Medanos College. Retrieved 12/8/2013.
- "WEAD East I Women and the Environment". Kingsborough Community College. Retrieved 12/8/2013.
- "Artist Talk with Susan Steinman". Goddard College. Retrieved 12/8/2013.
- "Eco Art Video Salon". Berkeley Arts Center. Retrieved 12/8/2013.
- "Sculptor Susan Leibovitz Steinman". International Sculpture Center. Retrieved 12/8/2013.
- "Recology’s Artist in Residence". US Environmental Protection Agency. Retrieved 12/8/2013.
- "Museum Store". Museum of Craft and Folk Art. Retrieved 12/8/2013.
- Valoma, Deborah. "Textiles Lecture Series Archive". California College for the Arts. Retrieved 12/8/2013.
- Cohn, Terri. "Nature, Culture and Public Space". Purdue University. Retrieved 12/8/2013.
- "2010 Water Conservation Showcase Speakers Save Water by Going Paperless!". Pacific Gas and Electric Company. Retrieved 12/8/2013.
- "Greywater in California: Designing, Managing, Monitoring". TUOLUMNE COUNTY ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH. Retrieved 12/8/2013.
- "Drop Dead Gorgeous: Beauty and the Aesthetics of Activism". UCLA Art Sci Center. Retrieved 12/8/2013.
- "To Life! Eco Art in Pursuit of a Sustainable Planet". University of California Press. Retrieved 12/8/2013.
- Lambe, Claire. "An Interview with Linda Weintraub – Curator of “Dear Mother Nature: Hudson Valley Artists 2012” at The Dorsky". Roll Magazine, Mark Gruber Gallery. Retrieved 12/8/2013.