Anna Prizzia is the Campus Food Systems Coordinator. Her role is to help support the development of the UF Community Farm and other community food systems efforts at UF. Anna teaches the UF Community Farm Practicum and oversees the Gator Gardening Club.
Diane Rowland is one of the UF community farm supervisors. She is a professor and researcher in the Agronomy department. Her research focuses on understanding mechanisms of photosynthesis, transpiration, reproductive and vegetative growth processes important to productivity of plants important to world food security, biofuel production, or for the urban environment such as turfgrasses. Scholarly activities include: teaching undergraduate and graduate courses; advising and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students; participating in curriculum revision and enhancement; supervising undergraduate and graduate research and creative work; and co-director of Agroecology graduate concentration. She can be reached here.
Judy Dampier is the Farm Coordinator. Judy has worked at UF in the Agronomy Department for 16 years. Received her Master's degree while working in the forage breeding program. She has been involved in the development of the teaching site of the UF Community Farm for 5 years. Judy is an avid gardener and pet lover.
Christian Mignano is one of our interns, he is a senior from Boynton Beach, Florida majoring in Agricultural Operations Management with a Specialization in Production Systems.
Tori Dutch is one of our interns.
Erica Williams is one of our interns. She is a junior from Jacksonville, Florida majoring in Horticultural sciences with a focus in organic crop production.
Von Tran is the UF Community Farm Graduate Assistant. She is doing her research in cover crops and water quality, and helps to coordinate, manage and support efforts at the UF Community Farm. Van is a Florida Master Gardener.
Gator Gardening Work Days