Land and Water Steward
Seth joined the Stewardship team in 2023 after serving three years with the Rio Grande Farm Park in Alamosa, Colorado. On this 38-acre community farm, Seth directed educational programming, managed infrastructure projects, and organized stakeholders at the nexus of local foods and land and water stewardship. Originally from Brighton, Colorado, Seth received his degree in Political Economy from Tulane University in New Orleans. He writes songs, searches for cutthroat trout, and eats good root vegetables. Seth is excited to support landowners in their stewardship efforts and learn from a community of dedicated conservationists.