Sara Grady was previously the VP of Programs for agricultural non-profit Glynwood (www.glynwood.org) in New York’s Hudson Valley, where she directed numerous initiatives to support regional farming and food culture. Prior to her agriculture-related work, Sara was a producer of educational media for broadcast and in interpretive exhibitions.
Now based in the UK, Sara consults with food and farming enterprises to provide strategic planning, research, and project management. Sara is a co-founder of Grady + Robinson, a new supply of leather made from the hides of animals raised on regenerative farms in the UK.
This panel will explore how a new production of leather – made from the hides of animals raised on regenerative farms – is forging innovative connections between agriculture, food, and material culture. Grady + Robinson is a new enterprise producing leather from the hides of animals raised on Pasture for Life farms in the UK. […]