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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Jennifer Strauch

PVEN Food Pantry

Janet Streit

White Rose Farm

Peter Suchmann

education consultant

Bill Suhr

Fruit and vegetable grower/packer/storage/processor/distributor

Annie Sullivan-Chin

Grow Food Northampton

Erin Summerlee

Food and Health Network

Erin Summerlee

Food and Health Network of South Central New York

Dorothy Suput

Founder & Executive Director, The Carrot Project Board Member Red Tomato and the Organic Farming Research Foundation

Dillon Sussman

Pioneer Valley Planning Commission

Tanya Swain

Maine Food Strategy

Kate Sweeney

Tufts University

Brigid Sweeney

I work with farmers who raise their on animals on pasture or range. I am the Northeast Farmer and Market Outreach Coordinator for Animal Welfare Approved.

Carolyn Sweet

UNH Cooperative Extension

Martha Sweet

I am the Office Coordinator for The Federation Of Mass Farmers Markets

Jessy Swisher

Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture

Lesley Sykes

Red Tomato

Lesley Sykes

Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy graduate student

Damian Szygenda

manager/coordinator market - NOFA - VtFMA

Andrea Szylvian

US EPA Region 1

Kyle Takayama

Food Bank of Delaware

Susan Tamoney

Conservation Law Foundation

Zachary Tattersall-Hill

Hawthorne Valley Farm Store

Noli Taylor

I work with Island Grown Initiative on Martha's Vineyard, coordinating our Island Grown Schools program. Island Grown Schools seeks to bring more farm- and garden-based learning to Vineyard students and to bring more locally-grown foods into the seve

Brendan Taylor

I am interested in the notion of promoting independent business, especially family farms. I went to the concert Farm Aid and discovered more things I can do to participate in the noble cause of encouraging the production of clean, healthy food in a s

Mercedes Taylor-Puckett

Kansas Rural Center

Emily Teel

As both a PASA member and a former Fair Food Farmstand Project Manager on behalf of White Dog Community Enterprises, I am personally invested in the Philadelphia local food movement. Now, I work with Philabundance- the largest hunger relief organizat

Edgard Tellez

CASA (no very active) member Sustainable Ag. student at Iowa State University Work in the food industry (retail) at Whole Foods Market