Mariah Amter
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Mariah Amter is a Research and Communications Intern with Food Tank. She holds a BA in Anthropology with a minor in Education from University of California Santa Cruz. Mariah is an AmeriCorps alumni and completed her fellowship as an outdoor educator at a high school garden and arboretum. She enjoys working with students of all ages and encouraging the development of food literacy, farm-to-school networks, and sustainable food access.

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