Margaret Krome is Policy Program Director for the Michael Fields Agricultural Institute in East Troy, Wisconsin. She helps develop state and local programs and policies supporting environmentally sound, profitable, and socially responsible agriculture and helps the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition coordinate its annual national grassroots campaign to fund federal programs prioritized each year by NSAC’s member groups. Ms. Krome conducts workshops nationwide on grant writing and using federal programs to support sustainable agriculture. She sits on the Board the National Center for Appropriate Technology and writes a bi-weekly editorial column for The Capital Times in Madison.
Expertise: Public Policy
Primary IUAN Affiliation: -At Large / Other / Unaffiliated-
Other Affiliations: Michael Fields Agricultural Institute
Position: Policy Program Director
Michael Fields Agricultural Institute is a non-profit organization with the mission to nurture the ecological, social and economic resiliency of food and farming systems through education, research, policy, and market development. We were founded in 1984 and envision an ever-creative cultural process in which farmers and consumers create agricultural landscapes with healthy regional systems of land use, food production and distribution.