Kendra Klein, PhD is Senior Staff Scientist at Friends of the Earth where she leads work on food and farming solutions. She is a writer, researcher, and advocate with over fifteen years of experience in environmental sustainability, food, agriculture, and environmental health. Prior to joining FOE, she coordinated farm-to-institution work at the California Healthy Food in Health Care campaign and worked at Breast Cancer Action on chemical policy reform and corporate accountability related to pink ribbon fundraising. Kendra has apprenticed on organic farms in California and Hawaii. She is a 2011 Switzer Environmental Fellow and has written for The Nation, Gastronomica, Civil Eats, Food Tank, and EcoWatch and peer-reviewed journals. She holds a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies from Miami University of Ohio and a PhD in Environmental Science, Policy & Management from UC Berkeley.
FoodTank, Dirt, Democracy and Organic Farming: A Recipe to Feed the World, June 2016
EcoWatch, Can Organic Farming Feed the World?, July 2016
Certified Organic Magazine, Instituting Organic Partnerships, Summer 2015
Health Care Without Harm, Environmental Nutrition, September 2014
The Nation, A New Prescription for the Local Food Movement, Oct. 12, 2012