Meet Your Farmers
With backgrounds in farming and community organizing, E.A.T. South’s small but talented staff welcomes you and your group to our farm. Come learn with us!
Caylor grew up in Troy and is returning after many years in Oregon where she worked with community organizations, farmed and helped farmers market their produce. She's readjusting to the Alabama heat, but is excited to connect with our community around good food and gardening. Caylor leads volunteer work parties, teaches Farm in the City classes, helps out with field trips and takes care of the day-to-day needs of the farm, the cat and our chickens and ducks. She says the ducks are her favorites, but don’t tell the chickens.
Amanda has a passion for small scale agriculture. She has worked on family farms and studied ecology throughout the US and the world. Now she’s applying that experience to educating young people about food and farms. Amanda welcomes you to book a Good Food Day field trip to learn all about the plants and critters that call EAT South home!