Adam Baratta, MScN
- Master of Science in Nutrition
Adam Baratta is an adjunct faculty member at NUNM, currently teaching the Farm to Table course. He received in BS in Biology and Environmental Sciences from Pacific University where he studied restoration ecology and permaculture. His life-long appreciation for ecological systems and agriculture led him to volunteering and working on organic farms. He spent five years living and working as a full time organic farmer, assistant farm manager, and mentor for aspiring farmers at Gales Meadow Farm. After moving to Portland, Adam worked with families and private clients to design and building in-home vegetable and herb gardens as well as providing individualized garden coaching and small farm consulting. Searching for an opportunity to further the services he could offer to clients, he completed his Master in Science of Nutrition from NCNM. He provides nutritional counseling and consultation as well as garden building and coaching for families throughout Portland.
Farm to Table
- National College of Natural Medicine, MScN, 2015
- GSN503 Farm To Table
- GSN508 Fundamentals of Nutrition