eds 220Ed Seaman- executive director

Ed Seaman is the Founder and Executive Director of the Wild Farmlands Foundation, President of Creekside Business Services, General Manager of Santa Barbara Blueberries, and serves as a founding board member on the Santa Barbara Youth Music Academy's Board of Directors.

Ed is a high energy executive with more than twenty years of experience in marketing, technology and business development, certifications with Google, Microsoft, AC, SAP and others, was a ground-breaking small business coach with ActionCOACH California and a two-time distinguished Star of Excellence- nominated Information Technology Manager for Medtronic Neurosurgery.

Daniel Corry- Board Member

DanielCorry-110Daniel co-founded Agility Capital in 1999. He has 25 years of experience providing structured debt products to emerging growth venture capital backed and small cap public companies. He has been involved with over 500 transactions.

In 1996 he co-founded Sand Hill Capital, a leading Venture Debt provider located in Menlo Park, California. He served as a General Partner and was involved with all facets of the fund.

Daniel has private company operating experience serving as the co-founder and CFO of Planetweather, an internet based weather site and as interim Chairman of Paraform Corporation, a digital software company.

Paul Metzner- Board Member

PaulMetzner-110Paul's executive career spans nearly 2 decades, including both startup and Fortune 50 executive experience. He has founded and co-founded several successful entities, including 2 renewable energy companies, and has raised more than $20 million in grants to support non-profit entities and causes.

Paul has a MBA, CPA, Real Estate Broker's license and General Contractor's License. He is a world traveler and supports preservation of peoples, places, cultures, and resources.


Lizards-200The Wild Farmlands Foundation is committed to building relationships between small wilderness farmers and their local communities.  We are actively looking for foundations, businesses, individuals, youth groups, schools, clubs and other organizations that want to partner with us to build a strong community of support for small wild farmlands.


chuy-250Small farms have the heritage, the knowledge, the heart and the opportunity to optimize and extend the delivery of premium quality produce to local communities while protecting and sustaining irreplaceable ecosystems for future generations. All Wild Farmlands farmer and advisor affiliates have agreed to formally associate themselves with the Foundation, our mission and vision.


CSS Logo 250x146The challenge of implementing innovations for the small sustainable farmer is not a lack of opportunity, but rather a lack of time and resources. Which innovations or practices will actually work under the specific conditions of each farm? The Wild Farmlands Best In Class program accelerates our affiliate farmers' access to proven beneficial sustainable and natural agricultural innovations and practices. 


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