About Sara Coblyn

Sweet Roots Gardens was started by Sara Coblyn. Sara teaches yoga and gardening to kids and adults as well as runs Sweet Roots Gardens garden installation services. Sara has worked professionally in agriculture and education for over fifteen years, developing and running agriculture based youth development programs. Sara has extensive experience working with young people of all ages, from infants to teenagers and has experience working with people with a variety of special needs. She is the author of the published curriculum,  French Fries and the Food System, an agriculture curriculum for The Food Project in Boston, MA. http://thefoodproject.org/books-manuals She developed and coordinated the Youth Horticulture Project for University of Vermont Extension in Brattleboro, a garden and market program for at-risk youth. While there she received her Masters in Community Development and Applied Economics. Sara has experience with grant writing, program management and development, farmers’ market management, youth development and education and farm to school programs. For six years, she co-owned and managed a certified organic vegetable farm. For the past three years she has developed and run Sweet Roots Gardens. Sara is also a  a 200 hour level certified yoga teacher through Nirvana Yoga and teaches at various studios in the valley. Sara is a skilled educator, nurturing teacher and passionate gardener with over 20 years of gardening experience. She enjoys working with people and sharing the experience of healing and joy she has found through her passions of yoga and gardening.


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