Farm and Community Engagement Coordinator
Since graduating in 2007 from UH with her Masters in Urban and Regional Planning, India has enjoyed learning and actively serving agriculture stewards throughout the islands. Working closely with communities and service providers, she has contributed to resource management and resilience planning, policy, training, and outreach efforts with the University, the NOAA Pacific Services Center, and the Olohana Foundation. She is excited about her role with Oahu RC&D in supporting the growth of the Women Farmers Network and helping to build capacities for farms, ranches, and watershed partnerships to collaborate. She is also passionate about creatively engaging young farmers, stewards, and entrepreneurs within the greater community of those actively ensuring Hawaii’s watersheds, communities, and agriculture are flourishing.