Lisa Munniksma is a farmer, writer and editor--never in the same order. The former editor of Hobby Farms and Urban Farm magazines, Lisa now writes for these and other publications about sustainable living, agriculture and food. During the rare times she's not working, Lisa runs, hikes, practices yoga, bakes, cooks, takes road trips and eats.
Lisa has a degree in animal science from Delaware Valley University, and it didn't take long for her to realize she could combine her passion for agriculture with her talents in writing, so that's what she's done ever since. For two years, she traveled to learn about agriculture, food systems and sustainable living around the world. She has volunteered on farms and eco-villages in nine countries and visited many others throughout Europe and Asia. Her travels are far from over, but for nine months out of the year, she stays put on a diversified livestock and organic vegetable farm in Kentucky.
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