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Kim L. Niewolny, Virginia Tech

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I explore how adult educators can contribute to food system justice through the lens of action research. The Applachian Foodshed Project provides a contemporary illustration of action research focusing on community food security. Implications emphasize food system movements as legitimate spaces for adult educational inquiry.

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Learning for Food System Justice: Exploring Action Research and Knowledge Production in the Local Food Movement

I explore how adult educators can contribute to food system justice through the lens of action research. The Applachian Foodshed Project provides a contemporary illustration of action research focusing on community food security. Implications emphasize food system movements as legitimate spaces for adult educational inquiry.