Entrepreneurial & Leadership Development

Strategic Planning & Visioning

Business Planning -- advising or execution

Curriculum & Program Design

Business, Financial, Strategy and Operations Education

Whole Animal/Meat Supply Chain Development

Communications & Marketing Strategy

Mediation and Facilitation

Full suite of financial services and training available through our partnership with Bernoulli Finance




Organizations & Institutions


Pie Ranch


Grazing School of the West

Southwest Grassfed livestock alliance

New Ark Farms

Brooklyn Community Services

Northern California Community Loan Fund


Farms & Ranches

Rancho Llano Seco

BCB Shepherdess

Letterbox Farm Collective

Valley Piggery

Valona Shrimp Company

Be Here Farm

Moonshine Meats

Full Moon Farms

Rise & Root farm

Grass + Grit Farm

Back Paddock Farm

Food Businesses

The Farm Bridge

Phoenicia Diner

Farm Burger

The Local Butcher Shop

Bonny Doon Vineyard


Happy Valley Meat Co.

Benchmark Pizzeria


Featured Projects

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Hudson Valley Farm Business Incubator, Glynwood

Hudson valley, ny

Glynwood is a non-profit organization whose mission is to ensure Hudson Valley regional food and farming thrives. The Incubator offers the tools and resources needed by aspiring agricultural entrepreneurs, reducing barriers to success for new farm businesses by providing access to land, housing, shared equipment, infrastructure, business and financial training, technical assistance and mentoring, advanced practical skills workshops, and strategic community relationships.

SERVICES PROVIDED: Program Strategy & Management; Curriculum Design; Primary Educator; Ongoing Farm Technical Assistance.

“Olivia worked with us to re-envision our farm business incubator, she brought new energy and insights and as a result the program was awarded a USDA BFRDP grant in 2017. As an educator, she is engaging and inspiring. Her experience as an entrepreneur grounds her style in a personal approach and facilitates meaningful, rewarding relationships with emerging farmers and ranchers. She facilitated a gathering of regional peer organizations, helping us to build a foundation for a vision of collaboration across training programs that will support small farm viability in the Hudson Valley.”

- Sara Grady, Vice President of Programs


Rancho Llano Seco

Chico, CA

Founded in 1861, Rancho Llano Seco is an original intact Mexican land grant parcel on the banks of the Sacramento River operated by the same family for six generations. Land stewards first and foremost,  the Thieriot Family’s purpose is to preserve the richness of their 18,000 acres of wild California, 17,000 of which is protected under conservation and agricultural easement. Llano Seco employs a holistic approach to ranching and offers responsibly-raised pork, heirloom beans, and ancient grains to its west coast community via restaurant and wholesale relationships, online shop, farmers markets, and special events.

SERVICES PROVIDED: Strategic Business Advisor; Communications Director

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