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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Kimi Ceridon

Boston University

Maria Cerretani

Chatham University

Karen Chaffee

80 Hyde Park Ave #3

Chris Chaisson

I design and build regenerative farms and farm infrastructure, grow medicinal herbs and agroforestry nursery plants, and make value added products with them- keep your eye out for Maple Medicinals

Sarah Chang

Tufts University

Vera Chang

Bon Appetit Management Company Foundation

Ela Chapin

Director, VT Farm Viability Enhancement Program

Sarah Chaples

Non Profit

Edward Chapman

Newton Community Farm

Rooney Charest

Red Fire Farm

John Chartier

Frost Valley YMCA

Hannah Chatterjee

Philadelphia Food Policy Advisory Council

Meida Cheng

interested in Microbiotic cooking

Genna Cherichello

University of Maine Cooperative Extension, Knox-Lincoln

Dawn Childs

Morgan County, WV agriculture and food research

Siena Chrisman

Advocate for food justice and food system education with World Hunger Year; CSA member; farmers market shopper; community gardener; eater.

Derek Christianson

Vegetable Grower at Brix Bounty Farm Dartmouth, Mass... Program Consultant at Sharing the Harvest Community Farm, Dartmouth YMCA.

Rob Ciampa

The Two Palaverers

Timothy Cipriano

Local Food Dude; Executive Director of Food Services, New Haven, CT

Rob Civiletti

Crystal Spring Farm

alan clancy

non profit

Kate Clancy

Minnesota Institute for sustainable agriculture and the Center for a livable future Johns Hopkins school of public health

Janet Clark

My husband and I own and work Steady Lane Farm in Ashfield, and raise grass-fed beef, lavender, hay, compost and raspberries. Also, I am on staff at the Toxics Use Reduction Institute (TURI) at the University of Massachusetts Lowell.

Gordon Clark

The Food Bank of Western MA

Herb Clark

Tourism Destination

Andy Clark

I am Communications Director at the USDA Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program. I grow a lot of my own food in community garden plots in Washington, DC. I am an expert on cover crops.

Jake Claro

Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund

Patricia Clay

National Marine Fisheries Service

Rick Claypool

I am a former Organizing and Outreach Assistant for Just Harvest, a Pittsburgh-based grassroots anti-hunger and economic justice organization. As a reporter for the Toledo City Paper, I wrote food stories that emphasized localism, exposed dairy CAFO