Tatiana Abatemarco is a lecturer in the UVM Environmental Program with an appointment through the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources. Prior to holding this position, she was a Scholar in Residence at Green Mountain College, where she taught in the Masters of Sustainable Food Systems and Masters in Resilient and Sustainable Communities Graduate Programs. She also held the rank of Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at Paul Smith’s College.

Dr. Abatemarco is a Center for Whole Communities alumni (2016); has worked as a USDA grant evaluator for Adirondack Farm to School (2015-2016); and served as the President of the Board of Trustees for Northern Lights School (2015-2016). She is currently serving on the Boards of The Whallonsburg Grange and The Lakeside School at Black Kettle Farm and is a founding member of the North Country Food Justice Working Group.

Tatiana Abatemarco

Areas of Expertise and/or Research

Instructional program: Environmental Studies
Research: Sustainable food systems, environmental humanities, ecofeminism, qualitative research, food justice, environmental ethics, feminist philosophy


  • PhD, Natural Resources, specializing in Environmental Thought and Culture, University of Vermont
  • MA, Philosophy, University of Minnesota
  • BA, Philosophy and Environmental Studies, Summa Cum Laude, Green Mountain College


Office Location:

Bittersweet House Room 311

Courses Taught

ENVS 001 Introduction to Environmental Studies
ENVS 002 International Environmental Studies
ENVS 167 Global Environmental History
ENVS 195 Environmental Literature, Arts, and Media