Ecological Farm Internships: Models, Experiences and Justice

The report is from a workshop held last fall in Toronto on ecologcal farm internships. While there are some critical challenges for the future of food and agricultural movements in Canada, the report provides a thoughtful and grounded discussion of ecological farm internships and related issues from farmers, interns, non-profits and lawyers. The authors hope it fosters critical conversations that can take the ecological farming sector forward.

If people have inquires about the report, please contact Charles Levkoe (clevkoe@lakehead.ca), Mike Ekers (mekers@utsc.utoronto.ca) or foodlabour@utsc.utoronto.ca.

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