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NikiAnne Feinberg

About NikiAnne Feinberg

NikiAnne has over a decade of experience with experiential, nature-based program development in both the non-profit and academic sectors. She is the co-founder of the School Gardens Program in Santa Barbara, CA, which has been instrumental in implementing food production systems in over 30 public schools, is a board member of Quail Springs True Nature Society, and holds a BA in International Affairs from George Washington University. Traveling throughout much of Asia, The Americas, and Europe, helped ground NikiAnne’s formal education with “real-world” connections and have shaped her cooperative cultural values and commitment to being a responsible global citizen. SOIL is the manifestation and culmination of her life experiences in sustainable living, experiential-education leadership, and program management.

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