Putting the power of seed into the hands of growers
Paulina Jenney is a master’s candidate in the Environmental Studies program at the University of Montana. Her work centers on climate-adapted seeds and intellectual property rights for alternative plant breeders and seed stewards. Born and raised in the desert southwest, Paulina earned her bachelor’s degree in environmental studies and creative writing from the University of Arizona before traveling the world to learn about organic and small-scale farming techniques. She has worked for the Institute of the Environment, Conservation International - Perú and, most recently, taught English and environmental stewardship as a Fulbright grantee in northern Spain. She writes about what she learns at Terrain.org.