Kathleen Finlay has been a leader in regenerative agriculture for most of her career. As President of the Glynwood Center for Regional Food and Farming, she’s s refined the organization’s mission and become a national figure in the United States in the world of progressive agricultural nonprofits. Under her leadership, Glynwood has become a premier learning hub for food and farming professionals.
She’s also been instrumental in organising women who work for environmental progress and is the founder of Pleiades, a Network for Women Changemakers.
In this interview, Kathleen helps clarify the connection between food and human health, how to navigate the challenges of imperfect metrics, provides guidance for business decision-makers, and much more.
The Glynwood Center for Regional Food and Farming
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Produced by Chris Attaway
Artwork by Harriet Richardson
Music by Cody Martin