Zoe is a program intern for EcoAgriculture Partners, primarily supporting work being done for the 1000 Landscapes for 1 Billion People initiative. 

Zoe’s primary research interests lie in the utilization of agroforestry systems as a tool for restoration and ecosystem service provisioning. She has also conducted research on the potential to integrate climate-smart agriculture into conservation incentivization schemes.

In the past, Zoe has worked specifically with the Ministry of Agriculture in Ecuador on researching the efficacy of the Amazon Productive Transformation Agenda to improve agricultural practices in cacao agroforestry, as well as with the Keystone Foundation and Conservation International to investigate the capacity to integrate organic agriculture into CI’s Conservation Stewards Program project in southern India. 

Zoe is currently completing her undergraduate degrees at Cornell University in Environmental Science and International Agriculture and Rural Development.

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