Connecting, Strengthening and Scaling Food Supply Chains in the Northwest and Rocky Mountain Region

Libby Christensen

Colorado State University

Libby Christensen has over 15 years of experience working in food systems with a focus on the interconnectivity of rural and urban places through food and agriculture. She is passionate about identifying, expanding, and leveraging demand for agricultural and food products to improve the social, environmental, and economic wellbeing of farmers and ranchers. Her experiences include teaching nutrition courses at Colorado State University, advancing market opportunities for regional meat supply chains in Colorado, evaluating the statewide farm to school initiatives, and networking entrepreneurial food and agricultural manufacturers. Dr. Libby Christensen is the statewide specialist for food and agriculture with Colorado State University Office of Engagement and Extension. She is also a Joint Associate Professor with the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics and an Extension Affiliate with the Food System Institute and Research Associate with the Regional Economic Development Institute. She and her husband own and operate Routt Distillery featuring all Colorado grains and locally foraged botanicals.
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