After living 17 years in Ocala Florida, Stacy Linton along with her husband and daughters moved to the New England area where they found the quaint and robust town of Keene, NH as their new home.

 

With an Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and a back ground in Classical Education, Stacy has worked with tutoring individuals, creating learning environments, designing curriculum and developing programs for students and educators alike. In the past years, she has worked for various corporations in the area of administration, product sales and project management. Interestingly, she has always found herself drawn back to helping people. 

 

In her free time, Stacy enjoys being with her daughters, granddaughters and her plethora of animals. She likes decorating, reading, the outdoors and most of all watching her girls ride horses. Stacy is often called upon to help assist with all-things horseshow. When she isn’t horsing around, Stacy likes thrift shopping, dining and attending church with her family. 

 

Stacy has served two different terms on the Cooper’s Crossroad Board of Directors. She is the CCR Events Coordinator and the Farming for Resilience Program Co-Director working alongside of Christina Major, Founder and Program Director. Stacy has helped with the design and implementation of the FFR curriculum. She delivers behind the scene and on the scene with administrative tasks and the direct program efforts of interacting with the students and the horses. “Every session brings adventure and success. The work is like none other and the progress and reward truly priceless”, she says.

 

From the inception of the organization, Stacy Linton has witnessed firsthand the benefits of the Cooper’s Crossroad organization and the Farming for Resilience Program on individuals and families within the Monadnock Region.