Crosshatch Center for Art and Ecology is represented by Daniel Marbury (he/him).
As program coordinator for Crosshatch Center for Art and Ecology, Daniel facilitates and supports a number of collaborative efforts for farm support and education throughout the agroecological diversity of Northwest Lower Michigan. Current programs he coordinates include a community micro-loan program, carbon farming and forestry cohort, agriculture guild groups, the Northern Michigan small farm conference and peer to peer farm tours. After growing up in Georgia, he led rural, agricultural, ecological and arts efforts as a student and as an AmeriCorps VISTA in West Alabama. He moved cross-country to Traverse City in 2011 to serve with FoodCorps promoting local food systems and student health education for 8 years in total as an AmeriCorps service member, Michigan team leader, and Program Manager for the Midwest and Southeast. You might hear him making a joyful noise playing instruments from around the world, pumping global beats from a portable speaker on bike rides around Leelanau County, or drumming with the Deep Blue Water Samba school in community festivals and parades.
Learn more about Crosshatch Center for Art and Ecology
Crosshatch Center for Art and Ecology is a participating Navigator organization in Protecting the Great Lakes Through a Farm Navigator Network project.