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If you read this special issue, you will hear 20 voices (and about a dozen more, indirectly) presenting some of what we have learned…Over the course of five funded years and with five million dollars “Three dozen community food justice leaders and academics across three U.S. states and nine organizations collaborated on action and research… Read more New: Food Dignity project products available
This interdisciplinary collection includes full-text journals, e-books, and research reports in the field of sustainability.