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Viviana DeCohen, a veteran of the US Marine Corps, has dedicated her life to working with veterans, ensuring food, shelter and motivation for all. She finds the serenity of gardening offers a tool for healing. She was recently appointed Commissioner of the Veterans Service Agency by the Mayor of Mt. Vernon, NY.

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Sarah Red-Laird is founder of BeeGirl.org, a nonprofit dedicated to education, policy, & bee conservation. She also serves as “Kids and Bees” program director for the American Bee-keeping Federation. With a focus on community collaboration, she works to educate the public about saving the bees!

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Natasha Bowens Blair is a farmer and author. Her book "The Color of Food" spotlights the often-overlooked history of people of color in agriculture. A community activist, Natasha has donated over 200 bouquets of Native Mountain Farm's harvest to seniors and mothers in public housing.

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Rebecca Webster is a citizen of the Oneida Nation in Wisconsin. She's an attorney and professor of tribal administration and governance. Her personal mission is to develop her 10 acre farm into a community hub for learning about planting, growing, harvesting, seed keeping, food preparation and food storage. Every seed she plants is an assertion of sovereignty.

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Katie Stagliano started Katie's Krops with the goal of fighting hunger. After donating a homegrown cabbage to a local soup kitchen at age 9, Katie started a garden at her school to help those in need. There are now 100 Katie's Krops gardens run by young growers across the USA!

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Virginia Frazier leads Collegiate Plant Initiative, a student-run organization that connects college students to the horticulture industry. Her goal is to “make people who love plants”. Through Plant Drops CPI visits campuses around the country, giving away plants, hoping to build lifelong connections.

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Kelly Carlisle leads Acta Non Verba: Youth Urban Farm Project, which creates a safe and creative outdoor space for children and families in East Oakland, CA. Through camp, after school programs, and farm days, she helps children develop a relationship with the natural world.

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