The Shulgin Farm Board

Wendy Tucker

Board Chair

Wendy Tucker is Ann Shulgin’s daughter. She worked for many years with Sasha, doing research, working with him in the lab, and running Transform Press. She is an artist like her mother, husband, and daughter, owns Transform Press, and manages a chiropractic office. She has spearheaded the effort to preserve the farm, the home of Sasha and Ann and the location of the historic lab, and has created the nonprofit, “Shulgin Farm.”

Maria Mangini

Mariavittoria Mangini, PhD, FNP has written extensively on the impact of psychedelic experiences in shaping the lives of her contemporaries and has worked closely with many of the most distinguished investigators in this field. She is one of the founders of the Women’s Visionary Council, a nonprofit organization that supports investigations into non-ordinary forms of consciousness and organizes gatherings of researchers, healers, artists, and activists whose work explores these states. She is a visiting scholar at the Berkeley Center for the Science of Psychedelics, and Professor Emerita in the School of Science, Allied Health, and Nursing at Holy Names University. For the last 50 years, she has been a part of the Hog Farm, a well-known communal family based in Berkeley and in Laytonville, California.


Keeper Trout

Keeper Trout is an author and archivist living in Northern California.  Trout has published 11 books and numerous articles: mostly on psychedelic plants and drugs. He has also been a presenter at numerous conferences and festivals.  Keeper Trout has been working to digitize Sasha Shulgin’s archives since late in 2015 and in that process has been collaborating with Transform Press and Erowid to bring this material to the public. Trout is also presently serving as Acting President of the Cactus Conservation Institute and is engaged with several writing and editing projects for that organization. His material can be found online at