Sarah DeWitt
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Sarah DeWitt is a committed food localist working directly with over 150 farmers, chefs, and artisans as the manager of Ann Arbor’s century-old, producers-only farmers market in Michigan. She is an urbanist with a particular focus on local food systems. Sarah’s research and experience centers on local food education, urban and suburban food systems, and local food access. She can be contacted at sardwtt@gmail.com.

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