I am a human-environment geographer, science studies scholar, agroecologist, and Assistant Professor of Environment & Sustainability at the University at Buffalo in New York. I study the ecosocial entanglements of agriculture. My current research contrasts almond production paradigms in California and Spain to explore the politics of agricultural knowledge, ecologies of rural precarity, and more-than-human geographies of landscape care. In collaboration with the Agri-Food Technology Research (AFTeR) project, I examine the politics, promises and limits of a digital revolution for agriculture. Previous projects examined village seed banks in India and forest rehabilitation in Togo. My work has been supported by the Fulbright Program and Wenner-Gren Foundation, and has received awards from the Society for Agriculture, Food & Human Values and the Anthropology & Environment Society.