Madeleine Beller
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Madeleine Beller is a Research and Writing Intern at Food Tank. She has a passion for all things food – not just cooking and eating, but access, security, and sovereignty. Her experiences studying oenology in South Africa, managing a kitchen in DC, getting dirty in the garden, and working in non-profit Environmental Sustainability and Food Security have given her the opportunity to cultivate a meaningful relationship with food and agriculture. With degrees in Environmental Studies and Philosophy, Madeleine enjoys connecting with and understanding the world around her.

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