Hi, I’m Corey! I am a founding Urban Adamah board member that now gets my hands dirty as the Farm Manager. I’ve been involved in urban educational farming for over 15 years. I care about food justice, food access, and the environmental impact of our food choices. With a degree in Earth and Environmental Science from Wesleyan University, and certificates from the Alameda County Master Gardener Program and UC Santa Cruz’s Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, I’ve farmed, taught, supervised, mentored, and built farm-based programs at such venerable institutions as Treasure Island Job Corps, Garden for the Environment, Slide Ranch, Oakland SOL, the San Francisco Arboretum, the Presidio of San Francisco, and Project Eat. I love coming to work in this beautiful farm oasis, collaborating with an amazing staff team, and most of all, snuggling with goats between meetings.