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August 15th 2017:Food and Fibersheds

Consciously developing food and fibersheds is one way to build human, social, natural and financial capital in rural communities. Mapping food and fibersheds illustrates the flow of money and materials, where value exists and the community's values, as well as existing and potential opportunities for creativity within a community. It also helps in creating a shared vision of what's possible through collaboration.

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Miles Gordon

Miles Gordon is the Food Systems Director for North Coast Opportunities (NCO), located in Mendocino and Lake Counties, California. After several years of growing organic melons in Potter Valley, CA and studying International Relations, Miles served as a bilingual high school and college teacher, teacher trainer, and human rights worker in Central America. As a result of these experiences, Miles founded the Gardens Project of NCO to empower low-income, disenfranchised communities in California to grow food in community gardens through facilitated leadership development and self-management. The Gardens Project has developed over 45 gardens with more than 3000 individuals eating food fr
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Matt Gilbert

Matt Gilbert is Founder of the Mendocino Wool and Fiber Mill. He has been a sheepshearer since he was 13 and has trained and worked as a forester. A native of Mendocino County, he returned home determined to find ways to make things better. He founded the Mendocino Wool and Fiber Mill as a way of improving resource utilization in the region.
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Linda MacElwee

Linda serves full-time as Navarro Watershed Coordinator, a position she has held since 2011. She joined MCRCD in 2005, and first served as the part-time Navarro Education and Outreach Coordinator. Linda specializes in California native plants and has designed and implemented numerous riparian re-vegetation projects. She is a graduate of the University of Arizona, and brings with her 25 years of experience in organic gardening and permaculture. Linda received training in USDA NRCS Conservation Planning and is currently enrolled in a three year Certified Educators program in Holistic Management. In line with her interest in assisting farmers and ranchers, she helped develop the Mendocino Co
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