Pamela Lund: Author, Publisher, Local Food Advocate

Pamela Lund spends much of the year on her homestead, Planet B Gardens, in northwest Montana, where she explores the intersection of sustainable living, technology, and our transition from corporate industrial culture toward an emergent, dynamic, and decentralized one. She is an advocate of localizing food production. You’ll occasionally see her at local farmers’ markets at the Planet B Harvest table. She is also on the organizing committee for Free the Seeds!, an annual conference at Flathead Valley Community College in Kalispell held the first Saturday in March.

Pamela publishes nonfiction media through her publishing company, PLI Media. Her 2012 book, Massively Networked: How the convergence of social media and technology is changing your life , captures our technologically-mediated social environment and its current impact on our lives.

Pamela also provides marketing technology strategy consulting services to Fortune 500 companies including Levis, Charles Schwab, Blue Shield, and Wells Fargo through her consulting company, PL Interactive.

Pamela earned her Philosophy BA from the University of California at Los Angeles, and master’s degree from Harvard University.

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