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Hannah Koski

Consultant, Regional Food Systems
Dallas, TX

Hannah Koski is a 2017 Stone Barns Exchange Fellow. Hannah has more than ten years of experience in agricultural and food systems work, beginning with management of more than 200 acres of diversified farmland across the Northeast and volunteer work on farms throughout Europe, West Africa, and Haiti.

After obtaining her Master’s degree in Horticulture from Cornell University and authoring the Cornell Small Farms Program’s Guide to Urban Farming in New York State, she moved to Dallas, Texas to pursue her interest in urban production as Director of the nationally recognized football-field-turned-farm at Paul Quinn College. As Director, she created and administered innovative programming to challenge students and public to address community food and health via social innovation.

Today, Hannah uses her experience in market-based solutions to consult on regional food systems projects including farmers markets, food hubs, locally driven produce distribution centers, and urban and community farms.