Thursday, July 25, 2024

Trina Moyles

Trina Moyles is a freelance journalist, photographer, human rights activist, and community organizer. For over a decade, Trina has worked with grassroots organizations to support rural development initiatives in Latin America, the Caribbean, East Africa, and Canada. In 2012, she worked with The Urban Farmer to facilitate a permaculture internship program in central Cuba. In 2015, the Alberta Council for Global Cooperation recognized Moyles as a “Top 30 Under 30” for her outstanding commitments to supporting grassroots development in rural communities. To read more, visit: and


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