Christina Ammon

Christina Ammon approaches life one word at a time in beautiful Ashland, Oregon. Drawing on her experiences as a vineyard worker, farmer, skier, paraglider pilot, and vagabond philanthropist, Chris explores a broad array of topics in her writing. Her work has appeared in various publications, including the San Francisco Chronicle, Eating Well, L.A. Times, Orion Magazine, The High Country News, The Oregonian, Travel Oregon, the Eugene Weekly, Animal Affairs Journal, and southern Oregon’s public radio magazine, The Jefferson Monthly. She is a recipient of an Oregon Literary Arts fellowship for literary nonfiction.Christina also founded the Eagle Mill Farm Education Project, to provide “down-to-earth education” for local school kids through cooking and farming projects. The nonprofit has since expanded to become Rogue Valley Farm-to-School. RVF2S collaborates with the local public school board to help redesign the school lunch menu to showcase more local organic produce. To learn more, visit

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