Part Time Faculty
I obtained a love for farming while studying archaeology at WSU from 2005-2009. Some efficient methods by select ancient cultures made more ecological sense to me than today's industrial methods. I moved to the Hawaiian islands of Kauai and Oahu to learn more through internships and UH Manoa from 2009-2012. After training on commercial aquaponics farms until 2014, I became enthusiastic about permaculture, ponics technology, indoor farming, and the future of food on a global scale.
Being able to utilize my experience, knowledge, and network to educate people on sustainability fills my heart with joy, and I'm very happy to be a professor in the Urban Agriculture Program here at Highline.