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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cheryl terrace

Catskill Culture Club

Jean Terranova

Massachusetts Specialty Foods Association

Sparklle Thames


Aimee Thayer

County Executive Director for the USDA Farm Service Agency in Berkshire County, Mass

Sarah Thompson

Organic gardener, farmers market board member and Master Gardener in Prince George's County, Maryland

Katlyn Tice

Tufts University

Jody Tick

Capital Area Food Bank

Regina Tillman

Cornell Cooperative Extension Schoharie County

Cathy Tipper

Maryland New Farmer Trainee Program

Andrew Toomajian

The Tactile

Leanne Tory-Murphy

Worker Justice Center of New York

Andrea Townsley-Sapp

Future Harvest CASA

Arielle Traub

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

helen trejo

Cornell University grad student

Sarah Trist

Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy - Tufts University

tanya tunchez

New Mythos Project

John Turenne

President and Founder of Sustainable Food Systems. A consulting business that works helps institutions join the sustainable revolution.

Jessica Underhill

United Way of the Greater Capital Region

Georgia Underwood

Piscatiquis County Economic Development Council

Daniel Ungier

Cultivating Community

Claire Uno

Wasatch Community Gardens

Claire Uno

Laurie M. Tisch Center for Food, Education & Policy, Teachers College, Columbia University

Carin Upstill

Massachusetts Public Health Association