Natalie Arnold is a fourth-generation farmer in Oconee county, raising broiler poultry and Brangus cattle. She is a graduate of Presbyterian College in Clinton, SC with a degree in History and Religion. Following college, she worked with the Non-profit sector in Washington D.C. at the Presbyterian Church (USA)‘s Office of Public Witness working on public policy issues including agriculture, hunger, and housing initiatives. Natalie currently serves on the Board of the Bertha Lee Strickland Heritage Museum in Seneca and as an Elder at Seneca Presbyterian Church. She is excited to build the connection between grower to consumer in our county and to promote access to fresh and healthy food options for all.