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Land, Food and Community I

LFS 250 Lecture 11: Team Charter – Term 1

LFS 250 Team Charter Term 1 With your group, please fill in the ...

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LFS 250 Lecture 8: Reflective Essay 1

Entry 1 Though I understood in theory the ideas behind multifunctio...

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LFS 250 Lecture 9: WEEK 9

THE SOCIOLOGY OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE MICHAEL CAROLAN MALNUTRITION ...

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LFS 250 Lecture 8: Week 8 Readings

The Right to farming The British Columbia dairy industry produces o...

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LFS 250 Lecture 11: WEEK 11

INDIGENOUS FOOD SOVEREIGNTY DAWN MORRISON 13 of cultural and biolog...

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LFS 250 Lecture 1: Summaries W 1-3 Readings

Sage, 2012. Chapter 1: Introduction: Why Environment and Food? Pp 1...

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LFS 250 Lecture 10: Summarized Metro Van article (1)

Agriculture and the Regional Growth Strategy (Sustainable region in...

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LFS 250 Lecture 11: ECONOMICS IN A FULL WORLD summary

ECONOMICS IN A FULL WORLD When economy expands too much, we will be...

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