Kristin Schultz is a creative advocate who’s conducted extensive research on value-added food production, sustainable agriculture, and social-environmental-economic sustainability. She completed her master’s degree in sustainable food systems at Green Mountain College in 2016. In 2013, she launched the Late Bloom Project and www.LateBloomAmerica.org to help families become more sustainable. With the help of her husband, Davin, she manages a sustainable, .24-acre micro farm. They raise organic heritage hens on pasture for their egg community-supported agriculture program, and tend a market garden that specializes in edible flowers, herbs, and hot pepper production. Schultz has worked and volunteered with 10 farms during the past eight years. She is the vice president of the Manor Community Farmers Market, teaches local sustainability workshops, and is also a cottage food producer, herbalist, and blogger (for a freelance sustainability consultant and MOTHER EARTH NEWS’ Homestead Hustle). Check out her blog here.Kristin will be speaking at the Texas Fairs
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