Charlotte Larson
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Charlotte Larson is a Research, Event, Advocacy, and Writing Intern with Food Tank. She is based in Pittsburgh, PA where she is currently completing a BA in Sustainability: Food Systems at Chatham University. Charlotte is the Lifestyle Editor of the Communiqué, Chatham’s student newspaper, for which she continues to be a contributing writer. When she is not writing, Charlotte can usually be found with her hands in the dirt or conversing over a shared meal. Charlotte’s experience has led her to intimately understand farmers, student food struggles, and sustainability objectives.

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