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Allison Hellenbrand

Allison’s research interests are the relationships between agriculture, community development, and education. Specifically, as a Ph.D. Student in the Human Ecology: Civil Society and Community Research Program, she is examining the intersections of marginalized communities and food systems and their impact on affecting sustainable sociopolitical and environmental change. She hopes to examine the role that food (consumption and the means of production), faith (organized religion and spirituality), and fun (outdoor recreation and creative expression) play in fostering community building while simultaneously addressing environmental concerns.

 

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First name
Allison
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Hellenbrand
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Allison’s research interests are the relationships between agriculture, community development, and education. Specifically, as a Ph.D. Student in the Human Ecology: Civil Society and Community Research Program, she is examining the intersections of marginalized communities and food systems and their impact on affecting sustainable sociopolitical and environmental change. She hopes to examine the role that food (consumption and the means of production), faith (organized religion and spirituality), and fun (outdoor recreation and creative expression) play in fostering community building while simultaneously addressing environmental concerns.


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