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Seed to Table in Sisters expands leadership team, seeks new executive director

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SISTERS, Ore. (KTVZ) – Celebrating their tenth anniversary, Seed to Table has grown into an integral part of Sisters Country. Farming in the High Desert is no easy task, but founder and current Executive Director, Audrey Tehan found a way. With the skilled hands of Tehan and the S2T farm team, locally grown produce is more readily accessible to community members.

With all that’s been achieved by developing S2T as a non-profit organization, the board and staff agree it’s time to broaden the staff leadership team.

“Audrey has done an incredible job creating and leading Seed to Table’s programming in education, food access, and management of the Sisters Farmers Market. Now it’s time for her to focus her talents and energy on the farm and bring in a new team member to handle the business side of the organization,” said board member Katy Yoder.

Tehan will transition from being both the Executive Director and managing the farm to a new position as Farm Director.

The S2T board is underway with recruiting the organization’s next Executive Director. Applications are due by Oct. 18. For details and a complete job description, see the S2T website

The new Executive Director will wear many hats including - supervising and supporting staff, leading fundraising, managing the budget and continuing S2T’s efforts and commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. A successful candidate will have an affinity and comfort with building and retaining relationships with donors, Sisters community members, city government, foundations and S2T volunteers.

Seed to Table is a 501(c)3 non-profit entity, tax ID number 82-3795618, with a mission to increase health and wellness of the Central Oregon community through providing equitable access to locally grown, farm fresh produce and offering opportunities in farm-based education.

Audrey Tehan will be available to answer any questions about S2T after September 26th.  Email her at

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