Elisha Goodman
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Elisha Goodman is an organic farmer at heart, transplanted to the city where she works as a strategist on sustainability, food, waste, and economic and community development. She spent seven years as an organic farmer in Hawaii and a year in the High Desert of Arizona teaching people to grow food organically in low-water conditions. She also is co-founder of Maa-Bara, a social enterprise that took aquaponics overseas to Africa. Most recently, she conducted research and writing for the World Bank on water saving agricultural technology. She holds a Master in City Planning from MIT and is a certified Permaculturist. You can connect with her at https://www.elishagoodman.com