Maud Powell

Maud is a member of the Small Farms faculty at Oregon State University Extension. Maud has an MA from Antioch University, Seattle, in Environment and Community Studies, and received her BA from Swarthmore College in Comparative Religion. She and her husband own and operate Wolf Gulch Farm, a small diversified vegetable and seed farm, in the Little Applegate Valley. Maud has worked as the Project Manager for the Siskiyou Sustainable Cooperative and currently coordinates their Community Supported Agriculture Program. Maud recently completed a facilitator training certificate in climate change-related grief and anxiety through the Work that Reconnects and subsequently co-facilitated an eight-week support group through La Clinica Health in Medford, Oregon. She is also working with a team at OSU to develop a training module for producers on identifying and managing climate change related stress.