Check out the awesome staff of the Greater Intervale Center here. The following folks keep the food hub up and running every day. Get to know us!
Brian Teed, Operations Lead
email | ext. 130
Brian, a Connecticut native, has two kittens who keep him up at night. Having spent time as a liftie in Jackson Hole, he has earned his Fridays off to hit the slopes in wintertime. He came to us from Pitchfork Farm, located at the Intervale, and is now in charge of all operations for our Food Hub. He is definitely our champion Fork Lift driver and likes grooving to the radio when packing up your shares.
Taran Wise, Operations Assistant
email | ext. 130
Taran graduated from the University of Vermont in May 2019 with a degree in Environmental Studies and a focus on local and regional food systems. Taran believes in the positive power of local and regional food system strengthening, building community, and lifting up the intersections crossing through all aspects of life. In his spare time, Taran tends vegetable crops at his home, rock climbs, listens to his vinyl collection, and occasionally surprises himself with delicious homemade foods.
Keith Drinkwine, Purchasing & Quality Assurance
email | ext. 115
Keith lives and works on a farm with his wife, Lisa in Starksboro Vermont. They raise chicken, duck and goat. Keith has worked on variety of different vegetable and livestock farms throughout Vermont. With a strong passion for local agriculture and local food, Keith values the work being done to help strengthen and support the local food system by sourcing from local farms and producers for the Intervale Food Hub. When not working, Keith enjoys listening Steely Dan on vinyl, going fishing, and looking up at the night sky.
S.P. Reid, Marketing & Sales
email | ext. 111
Reid joins the Intervale as Sales & Marketing Manager for the Food Hub, making sure Vermonters are as educated and excited about local food as she is. Certified creative and critical through a dual BA from Harvard in Social Anthropology and Music, Reid is excited to be back in her home state to help it thrive. She moonlights as a singer/songwriter and spends her downtime experimenting in the kitchen, screen-printing, and hiking around the state.