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Jovan Sage

Jovan Sage’s days are steeped in transforming seeds into plants andplants into enriching teas, hearty medicine and delicious dishes. As theAlchemist behind Sage’s Larder, she guides people to find their ownhealing and resiliency through food, tea and plants.Sage is the resident herbalist and Chicken Whisperer at Gilliard Farms -an African American Georgia Centennially organic farm. […]

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Matthew Raiford

Early in 2018, Matthew Raiford was shocked when the news came down from New York that he had been named a semi-finalist in the Best Chef in the Southeast category by the esteemed James Beard Foundation. But, those who have dined on his inimitable interpretations of Coastal Georgia cuisine or experienced his ebullient personality have […]

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Charles Eisenstein

Charles Eisenstein is a cultural philosopher and the author of several books, including Sacred Economics, Climate: A New Story, and The Most Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible. His viral short films and essays online have established him as a genre-defying social philosopher and counterculture intellectual. Eisenstein graduated from Yale University in 1989 with […]

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Will Harris

Will Harris is a fourth generation cattleman, who tends the same land that his great-grandfather settled in 1866. Born and raised at White Oak Pastures, Will left home to attend the University of Georgia’s School of Agriculture, where he was trained in the industrial farming methods that had taken hold after World War II. Will […]

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Konda Mason

Konda Mason is a social entrepreneur, earth and social justice activist and spiritual teacher. Her work sits at the intersection of the next economy, social justice and spirituality. She is a Co-Founder and founding CEO of ​​Impact Hub Oakland,​​​ a beautiful co-working space supporting socially engaged entrepreneurs and changemakers. She is the Project Director of […]

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Tieraona Low Dog, MD

Tieraona Low Dog, MD is a physician, author, and thought leader in integrative medicine. Her background in herbal medicine, midwifery, massage, and martial arts, made her a natural choice to lead the Fellowship program at the University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, where she oversaw the training of more than 600 physicians and nurse […]

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Bob Quinn, PhD

Robert “Bob” Quinn—the 2007 recipient of the Montana Organic Association Lifetime of Service Award—is a progressive leader in promoting organic and sustainable agriculture throughout the state of Montana, and the rest of the world. The Organic Trade Association awarded Bob the 2010 Organic Leadership Award for his contributions in the “Growing Organic Agriculture” category and […]

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Justin Duncan

Justin has a BS in Agronomy from Prairie View A&M University, an 1890 Land Grant Institution, and an MS in Plant Breeding from Texas A&M University. He’s spent years figuring out the nuts-and-bolts of successful organic farming in the humid South, concentrating mainly on sweet potatoes, strawberries, niche market ethnic crops and drought mitigation techniques. […]

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