• Posted on October 24, 2016
    Katelin Holm Anderson MS’09

    Katelin Anderson serves as the water quality specialist and information and education coordinator for Polk County’s Land and Water Resources Department. Much of her job […]

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    Andrew Barrett MS’08

    As program director with the nonprofit Edible Schoolyard NYC, Andrew Barrett works to implement cooking and gardening programs in New York City elementary and middle […]

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    Courtney Glettner MS’13

    As an administrative analyst, Courtney Glettner supports the management of natural resources for the East Bay Regional Park District in the San Francisco Bay Area. […]

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    Anders Gurda MS’14

    Anders Gurda is an associate researcher in organic and sustainable cropping systems in the CALS Department of Plant Pathology, working in the laboratory of CALS/ […]

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    Noelle Harden MS’11

    Noelle Harden is a health and nutrition educator with the University of Minnesota Extension, where she describes her work as taking place “at the intersection […]

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    Keefe Keeley MS’14

    Keefe Keeley is executive director of the Savanna Institute, a nonprofit based in Urbana, Illinois, that works with farmers and scientists to advance perennial agriculture […]

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    Emma Pelton MS’15

    Emma Pelton is a conservation biologist for the Xerces Society, an Oregon-based nonprofit that seeks to protect wildlife through the conservation of invertebrates and their […]

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    Marie Raboin MS’10

    As a soil conservationist for the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service, Marie Raboin provides both financial and technical assistance to private landowners through the use […]

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    Kristina Ralph BS’10 MS’11

    As the “Generation Organic” program coordinator at CROPP Cooperative/ Organic Valley headquarters in La Farge, Kristina Ralph works with young and beginning farmers. The Generation […]

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    Mark Sieffert MS’11

    Mark Sieffert spent nearly four years working as an alliance development specialist in the USAID Bureau for Food Security, which leads the U.S. government’s global […]

  • Posted on March 6, 2014
    Catch up with … Carl T. Wahl

    MS’10 Agroecology

  • Posted on June 18, 2013
    Seeding an Organic Future

    CALS students and faculty are in the forefront of efforts to develop plant varieties for a burgeoning market