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Baselines, trajectories, and scenarios: Production Team summarizes multiple analyses in newly published paper

Members of the EFSNE Production Team carried out seven analyses during the course of the project, focusing on the region’s current and potential production capacity.

Congratulations to Dr. Emily Piltch!

Congratulations to Dr. Emily Piltch, who received her doctoral degree from Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy in 2018. While studying at Tufts, she also was a student member of the EFSNE Production Team for four years, working with Drs. Tim Griffin and Christian Peters.

Jeffries receives doctoral degree, continues on at Tufts as postdoctoral scholar

Congratulations to Dr. Graham Jeffries, who received his doctoral degree in Agriculture, Food and Environment from the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University earlier this year. While pursuing his master’s degree at Tufts, Jeffries was a student member of the EFSNE project, working with Tim Griffin who co-leads the Production Team.

New collection of papers explores Northeast U.S. food system, community engagement, and citizens’ perceptions of “regional foods”

For seven years a multidisciplinary team of more than 40 researchers has explored the extent to which a more robust regional food system in the Northeastern U.S. could improve food access in low-income communities and improve the long-term food security of the entire Northeast. Now, in an initial collection of three papers published in the Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, team members have summarized some of their findings.