Brittany Ebeling is the Schumacher Center’s European Land Commons Intern. In her role, she supports the Center’s work on Community Land Trusts in the European context.
Ebeling is a graduate student in Urban Governance at Sciences Po Paris. She has conducted research in the United States, Latin America, West Africa, and Europe on urban agriculture, intentional living communities, co-operatives, and migration. She has a BA in Peace Studies and International Economics (with a concentration in French) from the University of Notre Dame.
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