Lindsay Dailey

Lindsay is passionate about connecting people to nature and brings her broad experience in curriculum development, program management, and ecological restoration to her current position as co-Founder of The Oak Granary, and Director of the Wildlands Program at the Occidental Arts & Ecology Center. As former Executive Director of the Solar Living Institute and co-founder of Villa Sobrante, an urban demonstration site for sustainability and intentional community, she possesses a diverse skill set in the development and management of environmental education programs. As an ecological design consultant, she has also spent over twelve years developing land management and environmental education programs with indigenous communities in California, Mexico, and Australia, as well as overseen the planning and implementation of a diverse range of restoration projects. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from UCLA with a B.A. in Latin American Studies and a B.A. in Comparative Literature, where she focused on studying contemporary Latin American indigenous sovereignty movements.