Molly McCahan holds a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from the Ohio State University’s Knowlton School. She is the recipient of the Ohio State Graduate School Fellowship as well as the Knowlton School’s Architecture Research Travel Award, Faculty Award, and Studio Award. Her research focuses on people and place/nature relationships; analyzing and criticizing the systems that control and impact those relationships and observing the ways in which they manifest in the landscape. Prior to her graduate education, McCahan studied Permaculture design and teaching with several teachers in both New Hampshire and Costa Rica. She loves the experience of preparing a meal from ingredients grown on the land she helps tend. McCahan additionally holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Theory and Composition with a Dual Major in EcoGastronomy from the University of New Hampshire.