My Work

I am an Adjunct Lecturer in the Food Studies Program at University of Southern Maine, Program Coordinator at The Cornucopia Project, and Doctoral Candidate in Environmental Studies at Antioch University New England. The working title of my dissertation is Cultivating Connections: A Critical Autoethnography of Gardens, Higher Education, and Social Identity in Community Food Systems

My work includes research, education, and leadership. My practices include gardening and farming in shared spaces, writing, and engaging community members to build local food resilience. I began growing food and learning about environmental and social aspects of food systems during the climate and economic crises of 2009. I'm committed to co-creating healthy, equitable, thriving, educated, and inspired communities that come together around food.  

I welcome you to connect and share your ideas for collaboration.

Articles about my work

Why local food matters: Franklin Pierce Fair kicks off week-long activities 
Sustainability Coordinator at Franklin Pierce University Speaks at International Conference in Peru
Students raise voices for sustainability as part of PSA filming
National stories of hunger prompt calls for change in Monadnock Region
Franklin Pierce University’s Sustainability Coordinator Presents “Digging In” Project at National Conference
Students accept a $1,000 mini-grant in Boston
Eco-living in the dorms, the classrooms, and the dining hall
“Greater Monadnock Earth Days” Celebrated at Franklin Pierce University
“Digging In” forum aims to address sustainability and food
New Ipswich farm-to-school program poised to launch
Local Farmer to Speak at Franklin Pierce University on April 18th 
The Keene Transition Movement's Community Website and Blog
A Co-op for Keene - An AUNE Master's Project Come to Fruition
Food for All Conversation Draws a Crowd