Yael Reichler, Co-Executive Director
Yael believes that everyone has the right to learn how to grow their own food and feel connected to where it comes from. She has a diverse background working at the intersection of food, agriculture, and community, including experience supporting the development and operations of the Oberlin Food Hub in OH and working with Sprout City Farms in CO and Homeless Garden Project in CA. She recently completed the Urban Adamah Jewish urban farming fellowship in Berkeley, CA and has explored many different types of farming, from rice farming to caring for goats to permaculture. She is passionate about music, comedy, and movement. Yael graduated from Oberlin College, where she majored in Environmental Studies with a concentration in Food & Agriculture and a minor in History.