Kenneth Miller, Esq (Law for Food)
Born and raised in Austin, Texas, Kenneth is one generation removed from the farm. His advocacy for small-scale family farms stems from a childhood visit to his great-uncle’s farm. There he found farm-fresh food and a land-based lifestyle far different from anything his suburban neighborhood offered. Kenneth rediscovered his roots at the farm and has been an advocate for the farming community ever since.
Among his advocacy experience, Kenneth has volunteered with Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance, where he helped to promote legislation that reflected the needs and financial abilities of small-scale producers. Kenneth also interned at Rural Vermont, where he taught farmers to navigate federal, state and local regulations, and lobbied to expand direct marketing opportunities for farmers. Kenneth forged a close relationship between Rural Vermont and Vermont Law School which remains strong to this day. Kenneth also co-chaired the VLS chapter of the National Lawyers Guild.
Kenneth graduated from Vermont Law School with the purpose of dedicating his legal services to farmer needs and providing them at an affordable rate. With the encouragement of the New England farming community, Kenneth formed Law for Food. Kenneth is licensed to practice law in Texas and Vermont.