Dominic Scott
Co-Founder & Emergent Conservationist

Daniel Griffith

Daniel is a first-generation farmer with a background in high-technology and entrepreneurship. After being diagnosed with life-threatening/altering medical conditions in 2012/13, Daniel turned to farming as what he then considered “the last resort.” What he found, however, was a life complete with abundance, joy, and health.

A tenacious autodidact, Daniel’s passions of agroforestry, animal husbandry, and perennial systems saturate Timshel’s philosophy and mission: to regenerate the land; feed the soul; and nourish the body (in that order). His deep ardor for regenerative health and land management led him to study under the guidance and teaching of Geoff Lawton of Zaytuna Farm in Australia, one of the foremost global educators of Permaculture.

Daniel has taught a multitude of on-farm classes and events on topics ranging from sivlopasture creation, to chicken butchery, to grazing techniques for drought resilience. Daniel is a published author on regenerative agriculture, permaculture, and American history genres. His written work is included in publications such as The Stockman Grassfarmer, The Permaculture Research Institute, and The New Lyceum. His scholarly work of the Early American West includes his current project, “Daniel Boone: The Enigmatic Legend of American Mythology,” published 2022.

Most importantly, however, he is an unworthy father to the sweetest girl and boy and an undeserving husband to the most wonderful wife this world has to offer.

  • Hub Leader of Savory Global Network’s Virginia Hub

  • Certified Permaculture Designer

  • Regenerative Consultant

Dominic Scott
Co-Founder & Field Biologist

Morgan Griffith

Morgan’s passion for rich living systems fermented during her time in college. While helping take care of Daniel’s health from a distance, she majored in Biology, studying under a full-ride scholarship for Track and Field (pole-vault). She is a true city-girl turned farmer and is a power-house mentally and physically.

Although her central role on the farm is motherhood and homemaking, she also runs the operations and system’s design aspects of the farm, utilizing her unique blend of biological understanding and system’s thinking. 

It is an understatement to say that the farm would collapse without her.