Severine Fleming is a farmer, activist, and organizer based in the Champlain Valley of New York. She is a founder of Agrarian Trust and director of the Greenhorns, a grassroots organization with the mission to recruit, promote, and support the rising generation of new famers in America. Severine has spent the last seven years gathering, bundling, and broadcasting the voices and vision of young agrarians. Greenhorns runs a weekly radio show on Heritage Radio Network and a popular blog. They produce many kinds of media, from documentary films to almanacs, anthologies, mix-tapes, posters, guidebooks, and digital maps. They are best known the documentary film, “The Greenhorns,” and the raucous young farmer mixers they have thrown in 37 states and 14 grange halls. Severine is co-founder and board secretary of Farm Hack, an online, open-source platform for appropriate and affordable farm tools and technologies, as well as National Young Farmers Coalition, which now boasts 23 state and regional coalitions. She serves on the board of the Schumacher Center for New Economics. Severine attended Pomona College and the University of California at Berkeley, where she graduated with a B.S. in conservation/agroecology.