Daniel Doyle is the Director of the Mississippi Sustainable Agriculture Network (MSAN), whose mission is to make sustainable farming and local food production thriving enterprises in Mississippi. Doyle also serves on multiple Boards, including the North Mississippi Land Trust, the Mississippi Food Policy Council, and the Southern Sustainable Agriculture Working Group. After years of teaching he left the classroom to co-found and manage one of Mississippi's first CSA farms, Yokna (patawpha) Bottoms, in Oxford, MS. He later co-founded Mississippi Ecological Design, a permaculture design business, which developed school gardens and natural play-scapes in LafayetteCounty as well as several soil and water management projects in North Mississippi. During this time, he designed and directed the Mississippi Mobile Farm project. Prior to his current position, he served as the Executive Director for the Gaining Ground Sustainability Institute of MS and was Editor of their annual journal of sustainable living The Southern Good Life. Daniel currently lives in Oxford, Mississippi with his wife and four children as well as a rotating cast of farm animals.