Sarah Lemon, At-Large, Temporarily not farming farmer Sarah Lemon is currently a graduate assistant and student for the Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems are Arizona State University, where she is learning the ins and outs of food and agriculture policy. Prior to joining ASU Sarah worked as a livestock apprentice at the Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture and at the Heifer International learning center, Heifer Ranch, outside Little Rock, Arkansas. Sarah is passionate about regenerative grazing, proper stockmanship, and delicious food and hopes to soon be back on the farm producing top notch livestock. On and off the farm, Sarah’s work focuses on translating key regenerative agricultural ideas, and the policies that could support them, between the farming and academic communities and the general public. She has a MS in geophysics from UW–Madison and a BA in geology from Colgate University.