Brooke Redmond is the Founder and Principal Consultant at Radish Road based in Concord, MA.
For 14 years, Brooke has been working with farms and organizations to develop collaborative philanthropic and program partnerships.
Brooke's passion for fresh food, land conservation, and experiential education led to her work in food and agriculture. Radish Road grew out of research for her 2004 graduate work.
Brooke currently serves as a member of: The Trustees Agriculture Committee and Advisory Board; the Concord & Carlisle Food Collaborative; Fenn School's Board of Visitors; the Fellowship Committee of the Trinitarian Congregational Church; and Concord's Inter-Elementary School Sustainability and Wellness Committee. Brooke served two terms as a Trustee for the Ethel Walker School in Connecticut where she developed the 2011 Food for Thought Symposium: Food System Literacy in Classrooms, Cafeterias, and Communities for independent school professionals engaged in farm to school programs.
Brooke received an M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies and Educational Program Development from Lesley University and graduated from Skidmore College with a B.A. in English. She lives in Concord, MA with her husband Patrick, their two young boys, and an enormous woodchuck that aggressively competes for the food in their vegetable garden.