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Schoolman, Ethan D.

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  • Department of Human Ecology
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Dr. Schoolman looks broadly at the environmental and social implications of efforts to strengthen alternative food systems, including local and regional production/consumption of food and organic farming. Reforming food systems has enormous potential for helping to address the drivers of climate change; at the same time, the changing climate will have profound consequences for agriculture.

Publications:

Schoolman, E. (2019). Do direct market farms use fewer agricultural chemicals? Evidence from the US census of agriculture. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 34(5), 415-429. doi:10.1017/S1742170517000758

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