Dr. Jackelyn R. Lundy

Lomita Farm
Davis, California
United States

Focus Areas

Community & Civic Engagement
Community Based Participatory Research
Economic Security
Rural Development
Trade / Foreign Policy
Higher Education
K-12 Education
Food Systems
Food Systems
Social Justice
Gender Issues
Social Justice
Environment & Sustainable Development
Youth Development
Youth Development


Jackelyn Lundy, Ph.D. in Economics and KNFP-12, is currently the owner-operator of a 40-acre organic farm specializing in innovative products and farming systems. Previously, she held a faculty position at the University of California at Santa Cruz where she was the Director of the Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Farming Systems and taught in Economics and Environmental Studies. With the legal help from the Equal Rights Advocates of San Francisco, she was one of the first test cases for the new Family Leave Act and successfully challenged her wrongful termination by UCSC while on maternity leave. Dr Lundy also has held research and Extension positions with UC Davis and has worked with numerous nonprofits and co-ops as a management consultant and on the Board of Directors.