Panel: Transforming the Food System Through Networks and Intentional Policies
Day 2, Morning Session II, 10:30 am - 12:10 pm, BMH 117
(Theme: The Politics of Food System Change)
- “Access to Healthy Food, Access to Farmland, and Access to Driver's Licenses: Community Food Systems at the Legislature,” Lauren Gwin & Lauren Johnson, Oregon State University.
- “Without The Garden We Never Would Have Met Him: Practitioner Networks As Post-Capitalist Shadow Structures,” Ashley Colby, Rizoma Field School
- “Networked Food Movement Collaboration and Concession in Denver, Colorado,” Joshua Sbicca, India Luxton, Colorado State University; James Hale, Independent Scholar; Kassandra Roeser, Colorado State University
- “‘Taking Roots’ in the ‘Wilderness’: Peopling China’s Frontier to Feed the Nation,” Xiaoping Sun, Saint Mary’s University