Tony Mazza is a Law & Policy Intern at EcoAgriculture Partners based out of Washington, D.C. He is conducting research on how domestic natural resource policy impacts Integrated Landscape Management (ILM). He will be producing a scoping study on domestic agroforestry policy, as well as a research paper on what the Green New Deal means for farming. Additionally, he is supporting the North American Landscape Finance Forum taking place in October 2019 by helping identify Integrated Landscape Finance models in the US and Canada.
Before coming to EcoAgriculture Partners, Tony was a teaching fellow for the Environmental Protection Clinic at Yale Law School as well as a summer associate at the Land Use Law Center in White Plains, NY. Before then he worked as an apprentice sawyer on Warren Wilson College’s Forestry Crew and as an urban forester for Casey Trees in Washington, D.C.
Tony is currently a dual degree student pursuing a Master of Forestry from Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and a Juris Doctor from Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Warren Wilson College in Asheville, North Carolina.