Trevor Church


Trevor is a Ph.D. student in Land and Food Systems working at the intersection of agricultural and environmental economics. He is currently researching the causal impact of genetically modified crop adoption on crop diversity, agrochemical use, and crop yields of new and traditional crop varieties in the United States.
Prior to UBC, he received a Master’s in Agricultural and Resource Economics from the University of California, Davis, a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Bachelor of  Science in Environmental Science from the University of North Carolina, Wilmington, and worked as a contractor in Health Economics and Outcomes Research and Healthcare at Deciphera Pharmaceuticals.