Rachel Lindsay is a creative ecological designer, artist, and local food advocate with experience working in New England and Central America. She combines her knowledge and experience in agroecology, sustainable farming, community development, and graphic design to engage people in the design and planning process, and create design solutions that integrate cultural sensitivity and environmental integrity. She lives in Greenfield, MA where she is a member of the Conservation Commission and actively developing a cooperative urban homestead. In 2009, she received a Fulbright grant to work with sustainable farming and watershed protection in Nicaragua, and completed a course in Agroecology and Biointensive Agriculture at the Las Cañadas education center in Huatusco, Mexico. From 2010 - 2014 she worked with small farmer cooperatives in Latin America developing integrated farm management and design projects. She holds an MS in Ecological Design from and a BA in Anthropology from Wesleyan.