Transforming Agriculture, Perennially


At The Land Institute we are repeatedly struck by how capable, interesting and committed our interns are.

Interns serve a critical role in fulfilling our shared mission, contributing as staff team members to our work on perennial crops, research to achieve ecological intensification, and ecosphere studies.

Research Residents, a new intern classification in 2019, were primarily selected from individuals who completed the regular intern program and expressed a strong desire to delve into our research to a greater depth, and ultimately go to graduate school.

For more information about becoming an intern at The Land Institute visit our careers page.


Eric A. Cassetta
Research Resident

Rena Detrixhe
Research Resident

Collyn Fouard
Natural Systems Agriculture Intern

Alexandra Griffin
Research Resident

Abigail Han
Research Resident

Tehya Peters
Natural Systems Agriculture Intern


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