Millerton, New York
Margot Seigle (they/them) is a community builder & cultural organizer who co-runs Linke Fligl (left wing in yiddish), a queer Jewish chicken farm and cultural organizing project that uses farming and gathering to grow a Jewish culture aligned with values of diasporism, anti-oppression and dreaming the world to come.
Margot deeply believes in the liberatory potential of song and is the co-creator of Let My People Sing!, a jewish singing retreat working to create spiritually & politically vibrant Jewish singing culture. They are also a co-owner at Random Harvest Market, where they help to uplift food producers historically marginzalized in the food system and to bring to life the community space. From 2010-2017, Margot was a member leader within Resource Generation and currently engages in wealth redistribution and reparations work on an individual and community-based level. They fill their time outside of work making music & magic, creating art, running around the woods, support-parenting, & shabbat-ing with dear friends. Margot hails from the midwest and currently lives in the Hudson Valley on occupied Schagticoke land, but calls the Jewish diaspora home.