Caroline Kamm

Research and Writing Intern

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Caroline Kamm is a graduate student at the University of Toronto, where her research focuses on North American rural development and local food networks. She is the co-founder of the Fresh Data Network, a start-up building a platform to map local food systems, and in 2017 she launched the documentary series The Food Less Traveled.

Caroline received her bachelor’s degree in Human Geography from the University of Toronto, where she fell in love with food and farming issues. During her time there, she carried out two independent research projects, first biking across Belgium to interview family farmers, and then writing a thesis on food movements in Mexico.

 

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