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Brad Masi is Executive Director of the New Agrarian Center and a renowned expert in local food systems and permaculture. He is a graduate and Instructor of the Environmental Studies program at Oberlin College and has done instrumental work there at the George Jones Farm to demonstrate the value of growing in sustainable and natural ways that honor patterns, systems, and processes.
Brad has also recently produced a critically acclaimed film entitled Polycultures: Food Where we Live, which debuted last year at the Cleveland International Film Festival. His depth of experience is vast and his collaborative nature and spirit is one anyone can appreciate. He has been at the forefront of the local and regional transformation to 'slow food' and has spoken throughout the country on these key topics. He has done great work to collaboratively design and implement innovations like strawbale greenhouses to extend the growing season and advance the local food movement. It is our pleasure to have him as speaker.