I'm Sophia Kruszewski. I'm the clinical director with Vermont Law School center for agriculture and food systems. The Food and Agriculture clinic is a center for research and advocacy. And so working with our project partners across various levels, we are doing the research and developing tools and resources that are then being used to inform advocacy efforts on a variety of food system issues. So whether we're talking about farm worker issues related to labor and employment. Whether we're talking about food safety, and the requirements of the people that are growing and processing our food. Whether we're talking about public health and access to food. What policies can support local food system development, and getting more nutritious food into local schools. We're doing the research, and we're coming up with policy proposals. And we are supporting the work of others that are really laying the foundation to move our food system forward. No matter what issues are most motivating for any particular student, whether it's more the agriculture side of food and agriculture, whether it's the food side of food and agriculture, somewhere in between. The type of work that we're doing within the clinic, can be a really valuable experience, the policy work and translating complex legal issues that might be impacting food workers or others, figuring out a way to make the law more accessible to those that are working within the food system. That type of work can be really relevant no matter what area you ultimately find yourself working in.