FRSAN-NE Advisory Board

Ulum Pixan Athoh'il Suk'il

Ulum Pixan Athohil Suk’il (Bird Spirit), AKA Dania Alejandra Flores-Heagney (colonized name), is an Indigenous mixed woman (Maya, Xinca, Garifuna, Russian Jew, and Ladino) mother and grandmother, born in Guatemala, Mesoamerica who moved to the US in 1999. She organized

Jose Martinez

Trabajador del campo desde los 20 años, 16 años trabajando en fincas agricultoras, actualmente socio -dueño de la finca Cooperativa Riquezas del, campo miembro activo de Pioneer Valley Workers. He visto e experimentado los niveles de estrés que nosotres les agricultores

Valerie Woodhouse

My interest in farming took off in college when I interned at an urban farm and community center in Camden, NJ. I got my first farm job in 2013 on a 70-acre organic vegetable farm in Fairfax, VT, where my

Keely Curliss

Keely Curliss is a queer Nipmuc farmer located in MA. She is a member of the Eastern Woodlands Rematriation Collective. She serves on the board of the Northeast Farmers of Color Land Trust (NEFOC), and as a member of the

Kessi Watters Kimball

I live and grow food in Kennebec County, Maine in the traditional homelands of the Wabanaki people. I am a Mi’kmaq woman, mother, auntie, and educator. I am passionate about preserving traditional ecological knowledge and restoring access to planting fields,

Daren Carroll

I have worked in agriculture most of my working life, and love the lifestyle provided by working the land. I operate my own specialty garlic farm, Three Sisters plot, for seed, food, wholesale markets, and have sort-of-permaculture-ish homestead projects while

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