Grant grew up on the Olympic Peninsula and studied English Literature & Philosophy at the University of Washington. After living in Seattle for 12 years, he left the city in search of a better tree to people ratio, and found it on the family farm in Shelton, WA. Today, Grant envisions a Puget Sound region in which humans forge positive and sustainable relationships with our region's unique environment, preserving and enhancing it for future generations. He's also passionate about rural economic development, and has been known to get unreasonably excited about chopping firewood.
Alex is currently working towards her Masters in Environmental Studies at The Evergreen State College. Aside from her studies, Alex currently serves as the Conservation Nursery Program Coordinator for Sustainability in Prisons Project, an organization dedicated to empowering sustainable change by bringing nature, science, and environmental education into prisons. In addition, Alex serves as a board member for Capitol Land Trust. As our resident animal nurturer, Alex ensures that our farm inhabitants are always as happy as can be.