Rachael Jones is the founding Executive Director of Farm to School of Park County. She is a fifth generation Montanan who has been growing food for over 12 years in Park County. While she holds a B.S. in Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology from MSU, her career began unofficially in her Grandmother Ethel’s garden. In 2015, her impact on Livingston’s local food system expanded through her role as Livingston Public Schools’ Farmer Educator. Rachael currently works with schools, farms, and partners to get fresh local food to school children.
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Farm to School of Park County Program Director, Michal Leah DeChellis helps make the healthy choice the easy choice for Park County school children. She believes that food is the sustenance through which we grow and thrive. Thus, educating youth, in particular, will have a lasting impact. Michal is an Austin, Texas native, brought to Livingston in 2017 as F2SPC’s first FoodCorps service member. She promotes healthy sustainable food systems within Park County schools and is currently pursuing her second Masters Degree; this time from Johns Hopkins University in Public Health and Food Systems.
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2019-2020 FoodCorps service member
Aubrey Johnson is a second year FoodCorps service member and excited to be serving in Livingston, MT. She grew up in Oklahoma’s countryside, where she learned an appreciation for food and the outdoors. These passions were further developed when working as a foodservice intern at a Colorado summer camp. As well as graduating from culinary school, Aubrey was a public school teacher in both Oklahoma and South Carolina.
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