After 25 years in the tech field as a web strategist for non-profits and user interface specialist, I’ve moved to the country. I am a farm nerd, and geek I must. I started Hyperlocavore to encourage people to grow food with their friends, family and neighbors. It’s a social networked yard sharing community dedicated to help you build resilience in your neighborhood. I’m blogging here about the experience of building the site, helping communities and all the things I will be doing at the farm where I live in very rural Eastern Oregon.

If you are interested in hiring me for consulting work please take a look at my LinkedIn profile. I can help you with twitter design, web design, ning design, web strategy, online organizing and a long list of other projects to help you stay sassy in these tough times. I can sharpen your online presence, help you find your niche audience, improve your Google placement, drive traffic to your site, edit your blog posts and ensure you web presence highlights what makes you stand out. I am also available for writing assignments as well as general consulting on making your home or office sustainable. Please get in touch if you are interested in talking about my services. I am focused on working with people and organizations that are serious about pushing back catastrophic climate change and building local resilience through thriving communities.

Remember – There’s only two things that money can’t buy, that’s true love and homegrown tomatoes!

Happy Digging,
Liz McLellan

8 thoughts on “Bio

  1. Hi,

    I’m on the board of the Johnson County Local Food Alliance and we’re putting together a local food conference (rather quickly).

    I’m interested in yardsharing and wonder if there might be someone doing this in Iowa who might consider speaking about it. Do you have any idea?


    Love your blog.


  2. Hi Leah!

    Thanks for the compliment! I don’t know anyone off hand in Iowa. I would be happy to send some promotional materials if I have enough time. What’s the date for your event?

    You could also go to, join and post a broad request in an Iowa group in case anyone joins between now and then.

    It’s a pretty new idea actually, not too many people out there!

    Thanks again!


  3. Hello,

    We are interested in doing a feature on hyperlocavore on our blog (linked above). We are small, but growing, and yours is the kind of effort we want to support!

    If you are interested, please let me know.

    Thank you!

    (@Rethy on twitter)

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