Instructor, Biological Sciences
Brendon Anthony was born and raised in Southern California. He graduated with his Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science from Biola in 2015 and his Masters of Science in Horticulture from Washington State University (WSU) in 2017. His research at WSU consisted of fruit tree physiology, orchard management, food science and sustainable agriculture. Anthony also co-founded and currently runs an international agricultural development non-profit, called Harvest Craft. They focus on bringing about social justice, economic development and environmental restoration to countries all across the world. He continues to travel and consult on sustainable agricultural systems for orphanages, rehabilitation centers for human trafficking victims, churches, schools and community centers. Anthony brings these skills and experiences to the classroom. He teaches an array of environmental science classes and continues to conduct research and lead programs for students at the Biola Organic Garden. Anthony cares deeply about the state of the environment and how we can be better stewards of it.