Tyler graduated from Michigan State University in the spring of 2015 with a Bachelor’s degree in General Business Management, a minor in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems, and a minor in Environmental Studies. Tyler developed an interest in sustainable food systems through work with the MSU Student Organic Farm, Bailey Greenhouse and Urban Farm, and Lansing Roots.
As the Hoophouses for Health Program Manager, Tyler’s work focuses on increasing access to Good Food for vulnerable families through increasing the season extension capacity of Michigan farmers and expanding Good Food infrastructure in Michigan.
In his spare time his other interests include baseball, music, MSU athletics, fitness, travel, and reading.
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