Selena Ahmed

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Botanist

Selena Ahmed is an assistant professor and Program Leader of Sustainable Food and Bioenergy Systems at Montana State University, as well as a partner of Shoots & Roots Bitters. She examines the effects of global environmental change, policy, and management on food system quality and the resulting linkages to land-use strategies and community well-being. Ahmed has conducted research in China, India, Morocco, Venezuela, Belize, the Dominican Republic, and the United States; since 2003, she has been assessing indigenous food production and consumption systems as case studies to explore complex human-environment interactions.