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Anne-Laure White is an Associate Research Scholar on the M.A.P. NYC Project, where she is working closely with growers and stakeholders across the supply chain to create a comprehensive urban agricultural census and investigate challenges and possibilities for New York City food production.


Previously, Anne-Laure was a geospatial researcher at Columbia University working at the intersection of climate change, land use, and human adaptation. She went on to work as a farmer, where she explored the intersection of land management practices, ecological restoration, food distribution, and financial viability. Her commitment to creating financially and ecologically viable food systems has informed research on the impact of particular crops on soil health, cartographic explorations of agroforestry restoration, and her current work at NYU Stern.


Anne-Laure graduated from Columbia University with a B.A. in American Studies and is currently pursuing a Masters in Geography at Hunter College.