What Drives Us   

Harvest Craft's mission is to equip, educate, and empower communities in developing countries through sustainable food production systems.            

Our heart behind Harvest Craft stemmed from a desire to do developmental work effectively and holistically. We wanted to stop the handout culture, and to empower people overseas. At its core it's economic development; but it has become so much more than that. Through the success of projects, we have learned that when you are able to take care of basic essential needs, the possibilities are endless. 


Environmental stewardship

Social Justice


Our Founders

Check out the story behind Harvest Craft here. 


Co-Founder & CEO

Brendon Anthony 

Brendon is currently a Professor of Biological and Environmental sciences at Biola University. He earned his Master's of Science in Horticulture from Washington State University, and received his Bachelors of Science at Biola University in Environmental Sciences. He also received a Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Agriculture from WSU. His areas of research include: fruit tree physiology, orchard management and sustainable food systems.


Co-Founder & COO

Craig Erickson 

Craig received his Bachelors degree at Biola University in Intercultural Studies and currently lives full time in Haiti working and operating with local farmers in the area. Craig has taken courses in Agroecological Design, Permaculture, and Graduate courses in Reforestation. He continues to travel the world consulting on agricultural production systems. His areas of research include: watershed restoration and development.


Our Team 

Check out our awesome Board of Directors here


Chief Development Officer

Geoff Bishop

Degree: Environmental Science

Favorite vegetable: Carrot, you don’t see what’s being grown, but when you pick it you uncover the beauty of it. 



Marci Hohner

Degree: Digital Technology and Culture & Fine Arts

Favorite vegetable: Cucumbers because they go on Greek food, which makes my world go 'round.


Director of events

Macy Utley

Degree: Communications, Emphasis in Public Relations

Favorite vegetable: Pumpkins, because without them pumpkin spice wouldn't be possible.


Director of Finances

Brock Hansen

Degree: Accounting & Masters of Professional Accountancy

Favorite Vegetable: An onion because it makes the whole house smell good when you cook with it!




Sam Becker-Miyadai

Degree: Business Marketing

Favorite vegetable: Ginger - I like it because of its versatility. It is sweet but spicy, what I aspire to be!  


Digital Marketing Specialist

Martin Gravely

Degree: Marketing & Economics 

Favorite Vegetable: Red peppers, they're virtually the only vegetable I eat in college.

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Get Involved! 

Types of Volunteers needed:

  • Grant Writers

  • Event Planners

  • Construction Builders for Local Projects* 

  • Photographers

  • Social Media Marketing

  • Copywriters