Kendra has worked in urban agriculture and farm education, CSA/vegetable and flower production, restoration landscaping and design, and for more than a decade as a consultant on farm conservation, access, and affordability. During five years on staff at California FarmLink, Kendra helped farmers with land tenure, succession, and business needs all over the Central Valley. She has worked with land trusts on farmer-oriented easement tools, and coordinated “One Farm at a Time—” a campaign to permanently protect Good Humus Produce for a future of food production and affordability by farmers. Kendra holds a Master’s of Science in Community Development from UC Davis, and currently consults for California FarmLink and Agrarian Trust— where she is supporting the development of brand-new Agrarian Commons in northern California’s Capay Valley and Southeastern Minnesota. She lives in her birthplace of Sonoma County with her husband, a salmonid ecologist (think ‘fins, feathers, farms, and floodplains’), and their three children.