Cayley Eller

Improvement & Expansion Fellow, GrizzlyCorps, Project Climate

Cayley Eller is the first Improvement & Expansion Fellow for GrizzlyCorps, a national service program developed by Project Climate at UC Berkeley’s Center for Law, Energy, and the Environment. GrizzlyCorps aims to improve community resilience in the face of climate change by building capacity in regenerative agriculture and forest/fire resilience. Her role involves evaluating GrizzlyCorps’ impact on rural farm and forest communities, as well as exploring opportunities for programmatic expansion.

Cayley has worked in food systems and agriculture across California and Alaska through farm work, research, operations, and policy initiatives. Recently, she graduated with a Master’s of Science from Oregon Health & Science University, where her research emphasized the intersection of climate change, social equity, and agri-food systems. She aims to advance the coordination of food system and climate change planning across disciplines to mitigate the reproduction of inequities by climate instability.

M.S., Oregon Health & Science University