Sara Dewey

Director of Farm & Food and Staff Attorney CLF Massachusetts

Sara Dewey is the Director of Farm & Food and is also a staff attorney. Sara has worked on environmental, agricultural, and energy issues as a legislative aide in the U.S. Senate and as policy director of an environmental governance initiative at Yale University. Sara holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School, a Masters in Environmental Management from Duke University, and a B.A. from Middlebury College.


Recent Posts

Federal Farm Bill Could Harm New Englanders
This time of year, many of us in New England are savoring the bounty of farm stands and farmers’ markets brimming with locally grown produce. Whether you’re relishing fresh corn on the cob at a backyard barbecue, juicy watermelon at a picnic, or a fruit pie on the porch after dinner, your meal may seem…
New Guide Helps Community Kitchens Get Cooking
As summer winds down, the delicious local fruits and veggies at roadside stands and farmers markets can make even the most amateur home cook among us feel like a five-star chef. And while none of us here at CLF will be opening a food business anytime soon, plenty of innovative food entrepreneurs are producing delicious…
What are the Economic Impacts of Self-Driving Cars on Cities and Towns?
The makers of self-driving cars promise a blissful future for car commuters. Soon, they claim, we’ll be able to zip along traffic-free roads, letting our cars do the driving while we read, watch Netflix, or text all we want. We’ll no longer rail at traffic jams, our air will be cleaner, and all those parking…

 

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