Brynn Foster is the Founder of Voyaging Foods, a miller & baker of canoe-plant flour-based food products. Raised in California, a graduate of Pepperdine University, Brynn grows canoe-plants on their family’s 7-acre homestead with her husband and children combining her passion for indigenous knowledge and food sovereignty. Brynn is President of the Hawaii Farmers Union United-North Shore Chapter leading the first all-woman Executive Board, a recent Delegate for the National Farmers Union United conference in Washington, President of the Poamoho Agricultural Estates, and the recent co-awardee of an Atherton Family Foundation grant to scale the commercial production of breadfruit flour in Hawaii. Brynn was awarded “Island Innovator of the Year” by Hawaii Venture Capital Association, currently accepted in the Purple Prize accelerator program for Indigenous innovation & member of the Oahu advisory committee for the Merwin Conservancy. Nationally she part of the U.S. Grassroots Accelerator for Women Environmental Leaders and a finalist for the Global WE Empower United Nations Sustainability Development Goals Challenge.