About Me

Sabrina grew up outside of Philadelphia and studied International Political Economy and Spanish Language & Literature at Fordham University in New York City. She has experience working with a number of community-driven initiatives both in the U.S. and abroad in Peru, China, India, and Argentina. Passionate about food security issues, sustainability, and the natural world, she moved to Nicaragua to join Project Bona Fide as their Program Coordinator in February 2015. 

Why is this Project in Nicaragua Distributing Genetic Material?
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Why is this Project in Nicaragua Distributing Genetic Material?

Project Bona Fide is a 26-acre demonstrative farm and experience-based learning center that promotes food security and sustainable living systems on Isla de Ometepe, Nicaragua and throughout the larger bioregion. Using permaculture design, agroforestry, research, education, and community collaboration the project has grown to completely transform the landscape, form strong community ties, and share their […]