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Vol. 11 No. 4 (2022): Summer 2022: Fragility — and Resilience — in Food Systems

The summer issue (volume 11, issue 4) includes papers on a wide range of food systems topics, many of which relate to both the fragility and resilience of food systems. On our cover: Julia Slocum was the owner and operator of Lacewing Acres, a small certified organic vegetable farm in Ames, Iowa, from 2012 to 2019. She is now a first-year doctoral student in counseling psychology at Iowa State University. Read about the decision to close her farm operation in Ending Lacewing Acres: Toward amplifying microperspectives on farm closure, by Abby M. Dubisar and Julia A. Slocum, in this issue. (Photo by Andrea Rissing)

Published: 2022-09-22

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Be sure to see our summer 2021 issue on the topic of "Food as a Tool for Social Change," in memory of Dr. Evan Weissman, professor of food studies in Falk College, Syracuse University.