Chrysalis Biodynamic Agricultural Learning Center was formed to support and broaden the educational activities of the Community Farm of Ann Arbor. Chrysalis was established as a nonprofit corporation in September 2011 and was granted tax-exempt status in 2013.
Like the Community Farm, Chrysalis is governed by the consensus of its members at membership meetings.
As required for corporations, we also have a board of trustees and officers:
Board of Trustees
Anne Elder (Director)
Anne has farmed and comanaged the Community Farm of Ann Arbor (CFAA) since 1992.
Pam is a member of CFAA and has served on its board of trustees.
Susan is a member of CFAA and is a founding member of the Ann Arbor Biodynamic Study Group.
Celia is a member of CFAA and teaches gardening and outdoor education at the Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor.
Anne Elder, President
Paul Bantle, Treasurer
Paul has farmed and comanaged the Community Farm of Ann Arbor (CFAA) since 1992.
This position is currently unfilled. Phone Anne Elder at 734-433-0261 or e-mail CommunityFarmInfo@gmail.com if you’d like to be considered for this position.