University of Wisconsin, Madison
3120 Wisconsin Energy Institute
1552 University Ave.
Madison, WI 53726
B.A. Honours, Biology and Contemporary Studies, University of King’s College, 2013
My research examines the use of managed rotational grazing as a conservation tool on Wisconsin’s public grasslands, with the aim of assessing change in plant community types, structure, and diversity, and evaluating the multi-stakeholder agroecological research process.
Presentations and Lectures
- Grazing Wisconsin’s Public Lands. GrassWorks Grazing Conference (Wisconsin Dells, WI), Jan. 2015.
- A Deleuzean critique of industrial food systems. ‘7th International Deleuze Studies Conference, Istanbul Technical University (Istanbul, Turkey), Jul. 2014
- Deleuze, food systems, and the question of farming rhizomatically. Deleuze Symposium, University of King’s College (Halifax, NS.), Feb. 2013