Amber Tamm Canty is a young, black woman whose life experiences weave together the interdisciplinary ways of working & healing with earth in full spectrum. In the last 5 years she has come to possess knowledge in cannabis, farm education, permaculture, tropical agriculture, agroforestry, urban farming, floral arrangements and the healing powers of the Earth.
Amber’s work is to guide communities near and far, especially low income and communities of color, to not just connect with earth but showcase pathways for careers working with the earth. It is her goal to make her peers aware that working with the earth can be a career path not just a hobby while providing healing for personal trauma simultaneously. She shares her life with us as a testament to this statement; Amber’s shares her life with us proving that the earth provides abundance.
Amber is currently based in Virginia where she is working on starting her own equity + community focused farm. When she’s not farming you can catch her in the Kitchen with her partner Community Chef Anochi Odinga II.