Gillian Tarrant
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Gillian Tarrant is a Research and Writing Intern at Food Tank. She is a recent graduate from Occidental College with a BA in Urban & Environmental Policy and currently lives in Chicago, IL. Gillian has worked as a farmhand in Northern California and as an Urban Agriculture Intern under Occidental’s Urban & Environmental Policy Institute. In her senior year, she completed a yearlong research project studying the impacts of controlled-environment agriculture on urban populations at the community-scale. Gillian is passionate about promoting sustainable food policy and developing local food systems in our hyper-urbanized, hyper-globalized world.

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