photo by Kimberley Hasselbrink 

Speaking engagements & contact
I'm sometimes asked to speak to the role of young agrarians in land stewardship. If you would like to get in touch with me for such an occasion, or just to connect, I can be reached at ariel.e.greenwood (at) gmail.com. 

Speaking

Upcoming

Foundations and the Future symposium in Sebastopol, California : September, 2017

The North American Rewilding Conference : October, 2017 in Portland, Oregon 

Past

EcoFarm Conference : January, 2017 in Pacific Grove, California

Bioneers : October, 2016 in San Rafael, California

SOCAP : September 14, 2016 in San Francisco, California

The Gravenstein Apple Festival : August 14, 2016 Sebastopol California

The Sustainable Enterprise Conference : April 7th, 2016 in Rohnert Park, California. (video)

The Farmer's Guild Fundraiser : September 20th, 2015 in Healdsburg, California

Carbon Farming Tour with Fibershed : September 18th, 2015 in Valley Ford, California

Carbon Farming Tour with Fibershed  : May 1st, 2015 in Valley Ford, California

Raleigh City Farm bEARTHday Festival : April 17th 2015 in Raleigh, NC

Thanks for visiting my blog. I'm Ariel, a feral agrarian with an interest in human and ecological flourishing.

I grew up unschooled in the wilds of the rural Southeast. In college, I studied agroecology and psychology while working with community gardens and private farms. So far, I've grown produce and raised livestock for families, five star restaurants, and tech companies. 

For 2 1/2 years I lived and grazed cattle on Pepperwood Preserve in Sonoma County, California. Recently, I began as Grazing Manager at Freestone Ranch. I also manage the orchard at Occidental Arts and Ecology Center and work with Fibershed.

I am interested in soil, scale, psyche, sovereignty, and perceive most of human suffering as rooted in resource insecurity. As such, my aim in life so far is to work with people, plants, and animals to revitalize the land within my care.  

 

 

 

Podcasts & Audio

Bioneers Radio

Mrs. Green's World

Eco Farm 2017 panel with Doniga Markegard

Radio Ecoshock

The Sustainable Growing Radio Show

The Modern Farm Girls episode 28