Joined Kroka: 2004
Bio: Emily came to Kroka in 1999 as a summer student. She completed the first Vermont Semester in 2004 and was the first ever Kroka Apprentice. Emily spent many years traveling the world by ski, sail, paddle, and bicycle, furthering her education on multiple continents. In addition to being an explorer of wild places, she is a Waldorf educator, a student of the earth, homesteader, and an artist. She is particularly engaged by the relationship between people and landscapes, and the narratives that shape our sense of place. Emily lives in a multi-generational household at the end of a road in Marlow, NH with her husband Jacob (Kroka’s new Farm Co-Manager) and young family. They are thrilled to be part of furthering Kroka’s vision.