Ryan Harb works with schools, businesses, churches, and other institutions across New England to help them grow and/or source more local and sustainably-grown foods. His long-term vision is to help the New England region build capacity to produce at least 50% of clean, fair, just, and accessible food for all New Englanders by 2060.

Ryan's past projects have gained international recognition and have been featured in over 100 media publications including the New York Times, Boston Globe, Huffington Post, and Chronicle of Higher Education. In 2010, Harb Founded the UMass Permaculture Initiative which was the recipient of 8 national awards and was named the top university project in the country that is changing the world of the better by the White House.
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