Edward Hill

School of Research & Graduate Studies



Adjunct Faculty, Master of Science in Nutrition Program



Food Systems Policy, Planning & Practice



MA, Urban Design & Planning, University of Washington

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Edward “Eddie” Hill is an adjunct instructor of Food Systems: Policy, Planning, and Practice at the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, OR. He completed his M.A. coursework in Urban Design & Planning at the University of Washington and undergraduate work at The Evergreen State College in Urban Systems Studies. Hill previously taught Urban Agriculture and Community Food Systems at Antioch University, Seattle. With additional leadership positions at Seattle Tilth and Cascade Harvest Coalition guiding community-based farm programs and research around farmer education, farm-to-institution, and community food security, his experiences bring both research and applied practice. In addition to teaching, Hill is also an Associate Planner for the City of Portland’s Bureau of Transportation, a regular contributor to Good Food World, and an enthusiastic multi-media artist. He recently began work with several Portland community advocacy groups addressing issues of equity in planning, displacement, and mitigating gentrification. He currently resides in Portland, Oregon with his daughter, a student at UC Santa Cruz, and his bicycle.