Northern Arizona University
School of Earth and Sustainability
Diana Stuart studies environmental issues related to agriculture and food systems. Her past work included studies on wildlife conservation on farmland, leafy greens and corn production, animal agriculture, water pollution, fertilizer use, and climate change adaptation and mitigation in agriculture. Her current and future work will examine climate change impacts on Arizona agriculture and adaptation scenarios with a focus on water resources. Diana’s work is very applied while also engaging critical social theory. She enjoys teaching and working with students on projects to foster positive social change. She also enjoys biking, hiking, swimming, knitting, reading, dancing, and spending time with her family.