Chris manages marketing and distribution for Seattle Tilth's farmer training programs through Seattle Tilth Produce, including Seattle Tilth Farm Works incubator for 20+ immigrant, refugee, and new farmers, Seattle Youth Garden Works, and other partner farms. He runs a 300 member CSA, restaurant and institutional accounts, the Good Food Bag subsidized CSA program, and farm stands in the Seattle area. Seattle Tilth is a 35 year old environmental education non-profit teaching people how to grow food organically. Chris also co-chairs the Food Justice Project at the Community Alliance for Global Justice focusing on policy and the social movement for food justice & sovereignty, and previously worked at Food Lifeline, a Washington-State based non-profit food bank distributor. He earned a Certificate in Sustainable Food & Agriculture Systems from Pinchot University in 2014.
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