Founder of Food Project
Greg Gale 1995 Fellow
Build a national model of engaging young people in personal and social change through sustainable agriculture.
Greg Gale is a founding staff member of The Food Project in Boston, Massachusetts, and helped build and develop the organization over an eighteen year period. Since 1991, The Food Project has built a national model of engaging young people in personal and social change through sustainable agriculture and has been featured in The Boston Globe, The Nation and The New York Times for its pioneering work. Greg was involved in all aspects of the organization, from fundraising and management, to farming and youth development. In addition, he wrote Growing Together: A guide to building inspired, diverse and productive youth communities. Greg also ran trainings in youth development, leadership, and organizational development throughout the US for the Kellogg Foundation, USDA, and many grass roots non-profits. In 2009, Greg left The Food Project to work with VISIONS, Inc. an organization that specializes in diversity, inclusion, and anti-racism training.
- Food & Agriculture
- North America
- United States
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