Sycamore May
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Sycamore May is a New York based Research and Writing Fellow at Food Tank. She completed her undergraduate degree at Emerson College, where she received a BA in Writing, Literature, and Publishing and wrote about food and farming. After working on organic farms and developing a deeper interest in agroecology, she went on to complete an MSc in Food Policy from City, University of London. Sycamore’s various food system experiences have included organic farm educator, nonprofit researcher, environmental policy writer, and most recently sustainability manager for an organic egg company. Sycamore is interested in food justice, climate action, and regenerative agriculture.

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