Greta Landis


University of Wisconsin, Madison
3120 Wisconsin Energy Institute
1552 University Ave.
Madison, WI 53726


Current Projects

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.


B.A. Honours, Biology and Contemporary Studies, University of King’s College, 2013

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