Contact Us

Mailing Address: PO Box 339  |  Spring Valley, Wis. 54767

Phone: 888-90-MOSES (906-6737) 

General Inquiries:

Organic Farming Answers: Reach our on-farm organic specialists here.


Our Team

Lauren Langworthy, Executive Director

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Lauren and her husband own 153 acres in Wheeler, Wis. Their grass-based farm includes a rotationally-grazed 150-ewe flock of sheep, small beef herd, hay, cover crops, and wooded areas. When she isn’t in the office or in the fields, Lauren is a visual and fiber artist, nature enthusiast, and is an active member of Wisconsin Farmers Union and its and District 2 Director.

AudreyAudrey Alwell, Communications Director

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Audrey draws from years of experience in writing, design, and public relations to help MOSES communicate with farmers, organic supporters, and the media. She and her husband live on a small farm near Spring Valley where they raise chickens, keep bees, and tend a large garden.

Chuck Anderas, Organic Specialist

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Chuck has been an organic inspector and a certification agent. He has also worked on small-scale fruit, vegetable, and livestock farms in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Florida. He has a degree in agricultural education. He lives in his hometown of Green Bay with his wife and two young children. Their homestead includes a large garden, chickens, and a small greenhouse.

SarahSarah Broadfoot, Project Manager

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Sarah manages event registration and the MOSES database. She has a degree in horticulture and owns a small landscape maintenance and design company in Minneapolis. Sarah enjoys spending time outdoors, traveling, and growing, cooking and eating delicious foods.

Sophia Cleveland, Administrative Coordinator

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Sophia provides administrative support to the team at MOSES and manages the MOSES bookstore. Before joining the MOSES team, Sophia worked with the local, organic farming community for over 9 years. She, her husband, and daughter live just outside of Menomonie, Wis., where they enjoy vegetable and flower gardening.

Stephanie Coffman, Presentation Coordinator

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Stephanie and her husband raise grass-finished beef and farm with her parents and brother just outside of El Paso, Wis. Her other interests include photography, music, and traveling with her family.

Lisa Kivirist, In Her Boots Project Manager

Lisa founded and leads the MOSES In Her Boots project, providing resources and connections for women farmers. She is the author of Soil Sisters: A Toolkit for Women Farmers, and co-author of Homemade for Sale, Farmstead Chef, ECOpreneuring and Rural Renaissance with her husband, John Ivanko.

Tom Manley, Partnership Director

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Tom and his wife own a 40-acre homestead farm near Spring Valley, Wis. They are working to develop a permanent, woody perennial-based system with alley cropping and grazing. He hopes to someday earn the title of “Gentleman Farmer.” He enjoys running, winemaking, and woodworking.

Jennifer Nelson, Land Access Navigator

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Jennifer has been supporting organic farmers and teaching since 2005. She and her husband co-own their family flower farm in Plum City, Wis. She loves a bright, beautiful sunflower, being outside with her young son, and growing, cooking and eating good food.



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