Ana holds a bachelor degree in Biology, a Master’s in Sustainable Development and a Master’s in Latin American Studies with an emphasis in food justice. She is deeply interested in agroecology as an agricultural production alternative to produce good food, conserve natural resources and strengthen social movements. For over 15 years Ana has worked with the food justice movement and food sovereignty movements in Mexico, Colombia and the USA. Ana is originally from Colombia, single-mother of a teenager, recent immigrant to the USA and has a deep love and admiration for ancient cultures and indigenous cosmovisions. She has extensive experience teaching agroecology to people of different socio-cultural backgrounds, ages, and genders.
Bring your dreams to fruition by learning what it takes to be a rocking urban farmer! Here, we will go over the launching of the Riverside Food Systems Alliance and Raincross Farms’ Beginning Farmer Training Program!