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Anthropology Lecture Series: Dr. Gabriel Roesch-McNally

Dr. Roesch-McNally's talk is titled "Building A More Sustainable and Just Agrifood System: Lessons from the Field.

She leads American Farmland Trust’s national initiative to ensure women landowners have access to resources, technical advice, and policy facilitators to ensure they lead in conservation and building resilient agrifood systems. Before joining AFT, she worked as a fellow with the USDA Northwest Climate Hub where she conducted social science research to better understand producer decision making in sustainable agrifood systems, particularly in the context of climate change adaptation and mitigation. She has written or contributed to many reports, assessments, and other publications on climate change. Gabrielle earned a Master of Science from the University of Washington School of Environmental and Forestry Science, where she focused on environmental economics and a Doctorate in sociology and sustainable agriculture from Iowa State University where she worked as one of the lead social scientists on a large-scale interdisciplinary USDA-NIFA project as part of her dissertation research.

Free, open to all via Zoom.

Friday, November 12 at 12:00pm to 12:50pm

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Faculty and Staff, Student


Anthropology, Anthropology Lecture, Gabrielle Roesch-McNally



College of Liberal Arts, School of Language, Culture, and Society
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Dr. Shaozeng Zhang

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