I spent my early years living with my family near the South San Francisco Bay area, in California, before our family moved to South West Michigan. A majority of my childhood was spent in the lovely mitten-state, until my young adult heart found it’s gypsy roots. Immediately after graduating high school I set wandering back to the mountains of northern California for a summer job in Yosemite National Park, which turned into a year long position, and eventually dirtbag-rock-climbing road trips and living out of a car. I was convinced I would be vagabond for the rest of my life. It took a series of unfortunate events, and ultimately single parenthood to bring me back home, to Michigan. It was through the long and refining process of becoming a mom that I realized just how much I had been missing out on by traveling aimlessly and serving only my own fleeting desires. Now I find myself, an eager twenty something, immersing myself and my son in a farming lifestyle and learning as much as I can about restorative agriculture. My heart is set on serving my community, and nurturing the earth in as many ways as I can. This is where the rest of my stories begin.
Thank you for joining the journey!