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Briggin Scharf’s educational and agricultural work focuses on creating and celebrating an equitable and resilient food system for all people and the natural world. She is currently the Greenhouse Project Manager at Kite’s Nest in Hudson, New York — a school for liberatory education — where she coordinates a teen-centered green business and living-classroom educational programs. Briggin is a founding member of Rolling Grocer 19, an equitable and eco-conscious food access initiative and grocery service in Columbia County, New York. She has worked on urban/rural, biodynamic, and community-driven farms and gardens in Northern California, alongside the Hudson River in New York, and overseas for the past decade. When she isn’t grazing her way through fields of chicory and cherry tomatoes, Briggin can be found playing basketball, singing with friends, and doodling at art exhibits.