Adam Wagner is a native Oregonian. After college he spent several years as an organic farmer in Deadwood, Oregon, selling his crops to Organically Grown Company (OGC). After moving to Eugene he accepted a plant breeder position with Fall Creek Nursery, where he bred blueberries for ten years. During this time Adam continued farming, working with an experimental crop of late season blueberries via an Oregon specialty crops grant. In 2010, Adam brought his passion for organic agriculture back to OGC, this time as a sales representative. He also coordinated variety trials with OGC growers and seed companies. Adam recently returned to blueberry breeding by joining Oregon Blueberry Farms and Nursery as their head breeder. He serves as vice president of OSA’s board of directors.
Kristina (Kiki) Hubbard is the director of advocacy and communications for Organic Seed Alliance. She currently leads efforts to promote policies and actions that support organic seed systems, including managing OSA’s State of Organic Seed project.