My work is focused on understanding relationships between agriculture and climate change.
I currently work with the Earth Science Information Partners and the American Farmland Trust to better understand the opportunities and challenges for agricultural data and information to support climate mitigation.
I earned my PhD at the University of Vermont as a graduate student in the Adair Terrestrial Biogeochemistry Lab, a member of the Ecosystems and Global Change Research Group and a fellow at the Gund Institute for Environment. I'm also a Switzer Environmental Fellow.
I am grateful to be supported by & able to work with many amazing people and organizations -- check them out!
Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources
Gund Institute for Environment
University of Vermont
617 Main Street
Burlington, Vermont 05401