Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project
Executive Director
Track D: Non-Profit Organizations
The Future of Fundraising

Charlie Jackson is the Executive Director and founder of Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project (ASAP), one of the nation’s oldest local food advocacy nonprofits in the country. He has a MA in history from the University of Maine and nearly two decades of experience in local food system development. At ASAP he is a researcher for the Local Food Research Center, which is studying the social, economic, and environmental impacts of localizing food systems.

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