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Two new staff positions add to LFG’s growing team

Our team is growing! This summer we successfully filled two key staff positions at Land For Good. Growing our team, while widening and deepening our collaboration with partners, yields more effective and accessible resources and support for farmers and landowners.

Dakota Rudloff-Eastman, Program & Administrative Coordinator

Kate Kellman, Digital Marketing Coordinator

Welcome to Dakota Rudloff-Eastman (VT) as our Program & Administrative Coordinator. Dakota has a Sustainable Food Systems degree and has managed different vegetable operations throughout New England. She plans to purchase a farm in southern New England. She brings significant on-farm and farmer customer service experience to her role. Dakota will be primarily responsible for managing our office, client intake, and support. Meet Dakota

As we welcome Dakota, we also extend a deep thanks to Barb Jackson, our Operations Manager for the past 8 years. We wish her all the best in retirement! Barb’s tireless work behind the scenes, and the systems she built, will be a lasting legacy to our work.

We’re also excited to welcome Kate Kellman (MA) as our Digital Marketing Coordinator. Kate has a proven track record in community outreach, digital marketing, and events management. She has been a special education director and an events coordinator. She is also a small business owner (Of Note Stationers). Kate will be responsible for our online marketing channels including social media, blog and website. Meet Kate

Kate brings a lot of insight and understanding of online marketing platforms and strategy,” shares Lisa Luciani, LFG’s Communications Coordinator. “Her digital marketing experience will certainly be an asset to the team!”

It’s been a busy summer. Read about our good work and news on our blog or in our summer newsletter!

We have an amazing network of partners, a stupendous staff with deep experience and creative ideas, and a committed Board and advisor network – and we have YOU. Thank you for being a part of this critically important work.



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