Director of Agriculture & Education
CoCo San Sustainable Farm
Bethallyn Black, M.A. is the Vice-President of AgLantis and the Director of Agriculture and Education at the CoCo San Sustainable Farm. She has a Masters Degree in Agroecology and teaches Soils Science, Water Science, Plant Biology, Greenhouse Management and other agricultural courses at Diablo Valley Community College, where she is an Adjunct Professor. Bethallyn also teaches Horticulture Therapy at JFKU. Ms. Black is a Board Member on the Contra Costa County Resource Conservation District. Ms Black has been a Master Gardener for 25 years and has taught hundreds of other Master Gardeners.