The Texas Center for Local Food was founded in 2016 and is a project of the Growers Alliance of Central Texas (Gro-ACT). Gro-ACT and TCLF are both run by farmer majorities. The Growers Alliance of Central Texas is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
| ||Cameron Molberg is the CEO and General Manager of Coyote Creek Organic Feed Mill and farm located in Elgin. Cameron has been working with local farmers since 2007 when he managed an organic fast food restaurant in Austin. Cameron came to Coyote Creek in 2010 when the mill was only 3 years old. His success in expanding the business and increasing the mill's capacity has resulted in hundreds of family farms adding to their flocks of laying hen and selling more local eggs.. organic eggs. That's a lot more local food on the tables of Texas.|
|Lorig Hawkins is an organic farmer and co-founder of the Texas Young Farmers’ Coalition. Ms. Hawkins serves on the boards of the Texas Center for Local Food and FarmShare Austin. She was previously the lead farmer for FarmShare Austin, where she trained beginning farmers. Ms. Hawkins holds two Bachelor’s degree, one in Film Theory and the other in General Kinesiology and is completing her masters in Agricultural Education at Texas State University.|
|Skip Connett is the co-owner of Green Gate Farms with his wife Erin Flynn. Skip is a Board member of the Growers' Alliance of Central Texas (our mother organization) and he also serves on the Advisory Council for the Sustainable Agriculure and Entrepreneurship program at Austin Community College Elgin campus.|
Pamela Walker, Good Things to Eat in Texas, Houston and New Mexico
Erin Flynn, Green Gate Farms, Austin
We're just getting started and will be adding many more beloved advisors!
| ||Sue Beckwith, Executive Director |
Email Sue SueB at TexasLocalFood.org
|Ava Cameron, Project Assistant |
Email Ava AskMe@TexasLocalFood.org