Beth Carlson, Farmsteads for Farmers Campaign Manager
Beth Carlson is an entrepreneur, business owner, and freelance organizer living in the Berkshires since the Mid 1980’s. She was a co-producer of the Oldtone Roots Music Festival for 3 years, with administrative roles on that project. She is the board president of Dewey Memorial Hall, and a founding board member of the Clinton Church Restoration Project, and was vital in the campaign to save the historic Searles School in Great Barrington from demolition. She is a visual artist, with a keen sense of aesthetics and appreciation for powerful and subtle visuals.
David Fix, Community Land Trust Administrator
David Fix provides administrative support to the board of the Berkshire Community Land Trust, providing coordination on governance and legal transactions so the organization can effectively pursue its mission.
David has served at the Schumacher Center in Egremont, MA since 2019, where he helps educate diverse audiences on the Community Land Trust model and other tools of community economics. He holds a B.A. in Economics from Bowdoin College and currently lives in Hudson, NY where he enjoys cooking with friends, reading by the river, and tending to his garden.