Katrina Castillo lives in Oakland, California. She left her position at the Community Justice Network for Youth to do the apprenticeship program at UC Santa Cruz's Center for Agroecology & Sustainable Food Systems (CASFS). She was intent on pursuing her passion for reclaiming the traditional healing practices that are part of her heritage and prioritize the cultivation of organic food and medicinal plants. Katrina's vision is to promote
healing for youth in juvenile justice populations by emphasizing the intersectionality of racial, economic, environmental, and gender injustice.
CASFS Apprenticeship Program 2014
Contributed to Graydon Livington's Sculpture