Meet our New Intern!

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After graduating Colorado College with a degree in International Political Economy back in May 2016, Jane moved to Boulder to work with a company for the summer that puts on dinners at farms around Boulder County. Jane’s interest in food was sparked by her studies in political economy, in which she saw how the current American foodways can shed light on many of the systematic weaknesses in this country. This has led to policy dealing with sustainable agriculture becoming Jane’s area of attention. Jane’s additional interests consist of photography, backpacking and cooking. At Slow Food Denver, Jane will be working on: the C.A.F.E. Micro-Grant Program, managing the Slow Food Farmers Market at the Source, photography management and reorganization, and membership support. 

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