Award winning author, artist, philanthropist, and well-known advocate for seed saving, plant breeding, and heirloom fruits and vegetables.
Goldman’s writing has appeared in such publications as Martha Stewart Living and Organic Gardening. She has been profiled by the New York Times, Washington Post, New York Sun, Organic Style, and Horticulture. In addition, she has appeared on Martha Stewart Living TV and PBS's The Victory Garden.
Ms. Kolodny worked in the food industry at large for the past 15 years, starting a food systems consultancy in 2013. Clients range from food service, distributors, farmers, food product companies to food tech and more with an array of services from supply chain logistics to marketing and sales.
Mr. Ettlinger is a retired botany professor, seed saver and vegetable breeder who helped save the Long Island Cheese Pumpkin from extinction.
Founder of Eat Local NY. Entrepreneur, homebrewer, philanthropist, reader and traveler.
Owner of Invincible Summer Farms and founding member of Long Island Regional Seed Consortium
Cask master and brewer at Blue Point Brewing Company. Richards formulated the Long Island Cheese Pumpkin beer recipe.
The Food Law Firm, dedicated to serving hard-working, creative people who feed us.
Ken founded the Hudson Seed Library in 2004. He is a tireless advocate for seed sovereignty and the important role of art in celebrating our agricultural and horticultural heritage.
Is the author of Out East Foodie, a writer for Edible East End and Edible Long Island Magazines for her What’s in Season column, is on the board for Slow Food East End, and is one of the founders and coordinator for the Long Island Cheese Pumpkin Project.