Agroecology and Rural Livelihoods Group
M.S. in Plant and Soil Science, 2009
For her master's thesis, S'ra analyzed plant biodiversity in non-crop habitats of Vermont organic and conventional vegetable farms.
Ph.D. in Plant and Soil Science, 2012
Dan's dissertation focused on embedding production agriculture and other land use options on large residential lots in Chittenden County, VT via a proposed cooperative land management program.
M.S. Rubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources, (20##)
Lee's master's thesis analyzed coffee farmer livelihoods, agroecology and ecosystem services conservation in the Pico Duarte region of the Dominican Republic. Lee was co-advised by Dr. Jon Erickson.
M.S. in Plant and Soil Science Department, (20##)
Rafter's thesis focused on an economic analysis of agroforestry systems for Vermont farms and incorporated a significant design component. Rafter was co-advised with Dr. Sarah Taylor Lovell from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
M.S. in Plant and Soil Science, University of Vermont (20##)
Chloe supervised field research on projects analyzing ecosystem services of agroforestry and treed habitats in Vermont farms.
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