Tali’s love for food systems and the environment began at a young age while working in her family garden, visiting local farms, and exploring national parks. She dabbled in landscape architecture and urban planning while at the University of Delaware and completed her B.S. in Agriculture and Natural Resources in 2019. While in school, she worked at the National Arboretum in Washington, D.C., researching the relationship between urban gardens and gentrification.
After graduating Tali entered the solar industry as an installer for GRID Alternatives, working as a roof lead and preparing trainees for job placement at other solar companies. She later began working as a project coordinator, designing systems and managing the field crews and O&M.
Working from home during COVID, Tali found herself craving outdoor work. She began exploring regenerative agriculture programs, an interest of hers for a while, and found Wolfe’s Neck Center. The rest is history!
When she’s not at the farm, you can find Tali exploring her new home state of Maine, cooking, working on my Permaculture Design Certificate, and training her pup Kirby.← Back to Blog