Our Network - Participants

Thousands of individuals representing diverse interests across the Northeast participate in the NESAWG Network.  Whether you’re engaged in farming, gardening, health care, ecology, geology, geography, chemistry, biology, insurance, law, architecture, urban planning, regional planning, computer technology, social services, you name it, there’s a place for you and your organization, school, agency or business in improving farms and food systems. Bring your ideas and talents to the NESAWG table!

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Caitlynn Adamsson


Tali Adini

I am an organic farmer

Eva Agudelo

Tufts University - Friedman School - AFE

Elizabeth Ahearn

Field to Table

John Aikman

Home Grown Cow

Nitya Akeroyd

Farmer, PASA

Michael Albert

United Way of Monroe County

Heather Albert-Knopp

College of the Atlantic

Emily Alexander

Slow Food Central New York

Sarah Alexander

Local Foodie and Grassroots Organizer. Currently the Senior Food Organizer for Food & Water Watch. Have previously worked with the White Earth Land Recovery Project, The Northwest Minnesota Local Food Challenge, Shepherd's Corner Farm, and The Am

Bridget Alexander

Alexander Communications

Caroline Alexander

Berkshire Grown

Emily Alger

South Hero Land Trust

Kate Alie

West Virginia State University Extension Service

Harriet Allen

Hattie's Garden

Peter Allison

Farm to Institution New England (FINE)

Jesse Alter

Brooklyn Food Coalition

Elissa Altman

Poor Man's Feast

Ben Amsden

I am a Research Assistant Professor of Rural Sociology in the Center for Rural Partnerships at Plymouth State University. My interests include agri-leisure, local food networks, sense of place, and rural community development.

Molly Anderson

Middlebury College

Molly Anderson

College of the Atlantic

Richard Andre

Island Grown Initiative

Danielle Andrews

board member NOFA staff, The Food Project

Sarah Andrysiak

New England Farmers Union

Diego Angarita

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