Food Systems Network

Food Systems Network

The Food Systems Network (FSN) is comprised of students, faculty, and community partners whose research/work focuses on one of the many aspects of the food system.

Founded in September 2016, the overall goal of the FSN network is to increase collaboration and interdisciplinary conversations about critical problems facing our food system locally and globally. To get involved or for more information, please contact any one of the network’s Co-Founders below.

Amber A. Heckelman:
Ph.D. Candidate, Integrated Studies in Land & Food Systems

Dana James
Ph.D. Student, Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability

Laura Castrejon Violante:
Ph.D. Student, Interdisciplinary Studies

Victoria Ostenso:
M.Sc. Student, Integrated Studies in Land and Food Systems