Anthony Myint is a co-founder of The Perennial Farming Initiative, as well as of The Perennial, a San Francisco restaurant and bar focused on environmental sustainability, which has been lauded as a Best New Restaurant in America by Bon Appétit and GQ. Anthony is also a co-founder of Mission Chinese Food and Commonwealth restaurants, and of the non-profit Zero Foodprint, which helps restaurants engage with climate change.

Anthony Myint is a co-founder of The Perennial Farming Initiative, as well as of The Perennial, a San Francisco restaurant and bar focused on environmental sustainability, which has been lauded as a Best New Restaurant in America by Bon Appétit and GQ. Anthony is also a co-founder of Mission Chinese Food and Commonwealth restaurants, and of the non-profit Zero Foodprint, which helps restaurants engage with climate change.

Karen Leibowitz is a co-founder of The Perennial Farming Initiative and The Perennial, Mission Chinese Food ,and Commonwealth. She is the co-author of Atelier Crenn: Metamorphosis of Taste (2015) with Chef Dominique Crenn and Mission Street Food: Recipes and Ideas from an Improbable Restaurant with Anthony Myint. Her writing has been published by Food & Wine, The New York Times, Lucky Peach, and other publications. 

Karen Leibowitz is a co-founder of The Perennial Farming Initiative and The Perennial, Mission Chinese Food ,and Commonwealth. She is the co-author of Atelier Crenn: Metamorphosis of Taste (2015) with Chef Dominique Crenn and Mission Street Food: Recipes and Ideas from an Improbable Restaurant with Anthony Myint. Her writing has been published by Food & Wine, The New York Times, Lucky Peach, and other publications. 

Nathan Kaufman is the Executive Director of The Perennial Farming Initiative, as well as the Director of Living Systems at The Perennial Restaurant. In addition to his roles at PFI and The Perennial, Nathan also heads up the aquaponics program at Urban Adamah, an educational farm and community center in Berkeley.

Nathan Kaufman is the Executive Director of The Perennial Farming Initiative, as well as the Director of Living Systems at The Perennial Restaurant. In addition to his roles at PFI and The Perennial, Nathan also heads up the aquaponics program at Urban Adamah, an educational farm and community center in Berkeley.