As the site grows, more contributors are added. MacRae is ultimately responsible for the content (and the errors and omissions).
Rod MacRae - Associate Professor, Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change, York University
I'm a political agroecologist, a field that blends political ecology and agroecology (for more on the theoretical dimensions of this field, see González de Molina et al., 2019). I've worked for years with many brilliant people and our collaborations are a big part of this site. Many graduate students have made key contributions to my understanding of the change process and I'm grateful to them for wanting to be part of this project. I highlight key people here.
Stuart Hill - Emeritus Professor, Foundation Chair of Social Ecology, School of Education, Western Sydney University (Kingswood Campus)
Mark Winfield - Professor, Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change, York University
Elisabeth Abergel - Professeure, Département de sociologie, UQAM
Ralph Martin - Professor (retired), Department of Plant Agriculture, University of Guelph
Derek Lynch - Professor, Faculty of Agriculture, Dalhousie University
Debbie Field - Distinguished Visiting Practitioner, Centre for Studies in Food Security,
Project Research Assistant (research, writing, editing):
Sarah Rotz, University of Guelph (now Assistant Professor, Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change, York University)
York University graduate students (most of whom have graduated and many are working on food system change):
Michelle Szabo, Kalli Anderson, Fiona Louden, Sandi Trillo, Anne Siu, Doug McCallum, Marlee Kohn, Tania Hernandez, Danielle Perreault, Japji Anna Bas, Cassie Wever, Sunday Harrison-Vickers, Kristen Howe, Zsofia Mendly-Zambo, Omar Elsharkawy, Gurvinder Grewal, Shilpi Saraf-Uiterlinden, Brianne Meikle, Sasha McNicoll, Rabia Ahmed, Ngoc Dieu Cindy Pham, Kaelan Watson, Marina Quierolo, Adam Dirks, Michelle Kushnir, Sara Crouthers, Alyssa Marchese, Christina Mihaly