April Prusia, President: Environmental scientist and heritage breed hog farmer in Green County, dedicated to connecting consumers to farmers, and farmers to the land and water they steward.
Sarah Boyd, Secretary: Trained chef and former owner of Vert Café in Verona, with years of experience on Epic’s innovative culinary team, now training as a butcher and eager to find new ways to feed the people of her community.
Jill Gaskell, Treasurer: Jill is a retired chemist and union steward. She lives on a small farm near Blanchardville with her husband where they have a large garden and raise bees, chickens, and sometimes a couple of hogs.
Amos Mayberry, Director: As a farmer, Amos specializes in managing a small cattle herd, chicken flock, and a few hogs on hilly pasturelands. Working along with microscopic livestock, Amos moves all the critters across the farm to cycle carbon in the soil. A cycle that provides nutrient dense food to the community.
Morgan Sisson, Director: A farm and business manager for Larryville Gardens in Burlington, WI that focuses on sustainability and increased food access. A graduate of Madison College's Artisanal Modern Meat Butchery program.
Reach out to us with any comments or questions at info@MeatsmithCoop.com. We really want to hear from all of you and learn more about how we can make the cooperative an organization you can be proud to support!