Natalie Shepp started volunteering at the groundbreaking in January, 2010. She is now a Program Coordinator for the 4-H Healthy Living Ambassadors and the 4-H Food Smart Families programs (both sister programs of the Tucson Village Farm). She graduated from the UA College of Agriculture with a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science in 1998. She worked in local government for 7 years, co-founded the Solar Rock Music Festival and created a community garden in her neighborhood. During her free time she likes to travel with her family, hike, work out at the boxing gym, do yoga and of course garden and cook! You can email her at email@example.com.