Board of Directors

 

 

Matthew Dealy
Matthew his wife and four children run Tobias Garden, a  small scale vegetable farm in South Dakota. He has a passion for getting others excited about agriculture, and creating new things to make farm life easier.


 

 

John Dysinger
John Dysinger and his wife Pam have had the amazing privilege of raising their family of five children on Bountiful Blessings Farm in Middle Tennessee. For the past 18 years their family has worked together growing organic produce and supplying CSA’s, Farmer’s Markets, Restaurants, and wholesale accounts. Although they love the challenges and rewards of growing healthy food, their passion is encouraging others to experience the blessings of an agrarian life. John is the Roots magazine editor.



 

 

Darren Greenfield (Chair)
Darren Greenfield is an organic farmer, teacher, engineer, and pastor who lives and works at Weimar Institute, CA.

 

 

 

 

Jake Harraway (Secretary)
Jake Harraway is an aspiring farmer who desires to live an agricultural lifestyle. he lives with his family in Monticello, GA.

 


 

 

Darryl Hosford
Darryl is a home gardener, who loves tending some fruit trees, honey bees and the normal garden vegetables each summer. Darryl lives in Michigan with his wife, Cheryl and two sons. He serves the as the website initiative leader.


 

 

Larry Lesher
Larry and Michelle Lesher are stewards of Eastward Gardens a market garden Ministry located in Hardinsburg, Indiana just north of Louisville, KY.


 

Arthur Mulyono  (Treasurer)
Arthur Mulyono is a farmer at Five College Farms  His passion for agriculture has grown since hearing the "Present Truth" message. His aspiration is to see Adventist as the forefront in agriculture.

 

 

Alan Seiler
Alan Seiler is a small scale farmer in south-central Oklahoma. At age 14, he discovered a Black & Decker gardening book in his Mema’s garage and has had his hands in the soil ever since. He passionately believes in the future of small scale farming as a way of making a living and creating the ideal dynamic to get families together. Alan works with his parents, grandparents, and sister on their start up micro farm, BetterTogether Farm, serving as a business and ministry to their local community.


 

In memory:
Bob Jorgensen
Bob Jorgensen was an instrumental voice in the formation of AdAgra. He has been missed since his death, and we look forward to the second coming!