Katie Trozzo is a program associate in the Department of Agricultural, Leadership, and Community Education at Virginia Tech. She works in support of the Virginia Beginning Farmer and Rancher Coalition as well as the Center for Food Systems and Community Transformation. Her background is in agroforestry, community development, and social science.
Ph.D., Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation, 2019, Virginia Tech
M.S., Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation, 2012, Virginia Tech
B.S., Environmental Technology, 2010, NC State
Trozzo, K., Munsell, J., Niewolny, K., & Chamberlain, J. L. (2019). Forest Food and Medicine in Contemporary Appalachia. Southeastern Geographer, 59(1), 52-76.
Trozzo, K. E., Munsell, J. F., & Chamberlain, J. L. (2014). Landowner interest in multifunctional agroforestry Riparian buffers. Agroforestry systems, 88(4), 619-629.
Trozzo, K. E., Munsell, J. F., Chamberlain, J. L., & Aust, W. M. (2014). Potential adoption of agroforestry riparian buffers based on landowner and streamside characteristics. Journal of soil and water conservation, 69(2), 140-150.
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