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PhD, Perennial Cultures Lab, The Land Institute

Aubrey Streit Krug

Dr. Aubrey Streit Krug is a writer, teacher, and researcher who studies human-plant relationships. She directs the Perennial Cultures Lab at The Land Institute, where she leads research into how humans can learn together to develop more just cultures while realizing diverse, perennial grain agricultures. Her work in perennial agriculture features civic science, storytelling, education, and ethnobotany. Streit Krug holds a Ph.D. in English and Great Plains Studies from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her collaborative research and creative writing have been published in journals such as Plants, People, Planet and ASAP/J, and she is a co-author of the textbook The Omaha Language and the Omaha Way. The descendant of German immigrants, Streit Krug grew up in a small town in Kansas, where her parents farm wheat, and she loves rocky prairie hillsides.

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The Land Institute

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aubreystreitkrug.com

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