Executive Director, Meg De Brito

A design thinker with political interest and passion for the food and the environment. Ten years’ experience crafting messages with organizations to expand their voice and mission for social change. An innovator with a proven track record of project management and the skills to synthesize diverse points of view into coordinated actions or products.

Experienced farmer in both urban and rural context, studied environmental systems and agroforestry in national and international settings.

Trained as an Architect, practiced at interdisciplinary design from UX/UI through communication design. Actively using design skill and thinking to engage contemporary environmental issues.

A connector of concept and function, working with a diverse client – the general public, farmer, researcher, executive director, organizer/activist.

Seedkeeping Resident , Amirah Mitchell

Amirah has worked in agriculture and food justice organizations for fourteen years, since starting as a teen farm intern at The Food Project in Boston, MA. She has since worked on urban farms in Massachusetts, Georgia and Pennsylvania, and delivers workshops on agroforestry, soil ecology, urban gardening, seed-keeping and more.

In honor of her ancestors, Amirah practices seedkeeping, focusing on food crops of the African diaspora.  Currently she is finishing a degree in horticulture at Temple University, works at Truelove Seeds and is the Seedkeeper-in-residence at Greensgrow Farms.

Ecological Horticulturist , Daniel Logue

Bio soon