RANGELANDS MANAGER DIRECTOR
Jenya has focused on regenerating ecologies for a decade. In college she studied theories of religion, decolonialism, and ecology, graduating from Brown University in 2010. Since then she has worked toward the restoration of ecosystems, including the Elwha River watershed, and the restoration of healthy human communities, helping to develop a nature-based mentorship program for girls in the San Francisco Bay Area. After meeting Jack at Quail Springs in 2016, the vision of restoring native California ecologies while producing regeneratively sourced food and fiber quickly wooed her into becoming a member of the Rangeland Management team and a co-founding member of Cuyama Lamb.