Check out who is doing what! You can find collaborators by searching region, issues, organizations, activity, and academic subject.

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Work significantly engages the following issue(s):

Animal well-being and/or animal rights, Biotechnology, including GMOs, Climate change, Community organizing and development, Diet and nutrition, Economics of food systems, Education, Environment and/or sustainability, Gender, food, and identity, Hunger, Farmer’s markets, Food access, deserts, and/or security, Food justice, Food processing, Food safety, Food sovereignty, Food waste, Labor, Local food, Obesity, Organic food and farming, Policy, Race, food, and identity, Water

Work significantly draws from the following academic subject(s):

Agricultural science, Anthropology, Art, Biochemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Computer science, Dance, Ecology, Economics, Education, Entomology, Environmental sciences, Environmental studies, Fisheries, Food science, Forestry, Geography, History, Industrial relations, Languages, Law, Literature, Materials science, Medicine, Pediatrics, Philosophy, Physics, Plant sciences, Poetry, Political science, Psychology, Public administration, Public health, Religion, Social work, Sociology, Soil sciences, Theater, Veterinary science, Urban planning, Urban studies, Water resources, Women’s studies, Zoology

Work significantly engages food systems in or near the following city or cities:

Illinois – Chicago, Illinois – Rural or Other, Indiana – Indianapolis, Indiana – Fort Wayne, Indiana – Rural or Other, Iowa – Des Moines, Iowa – Rural or Other, Michigan – Detroit, Michigan – Grand Rapids, Michigan – Rural or Other, Minnesota – Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota – Rural or Other, Ohio – Columbus, Ohio – Cleveland, Ohio – Cincinnati, Ohio- Toledo, Ohio – Rural or Other, Pennsylvania – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Rural or Other, Wisconsin – Milwaukee, Wisconsin – Madison, Wisconsin – Rural or Other,

Work activities commonly take the following form(s):

Agricultural extension, Activism, Advocacy, Arts, Books, Community organizing, Community engagement, Consulting, Farming, Food distribution, Food production, Food preparation, Media and journalism, Policymaking, Public presentations, Research articles, Teaching