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12017-03-02T13:51:55-08:00Valentine Cadieux11Profile for Valentine Cadieux for Feeding a Crowdplain2017-03-07T12:54:02-08:00Valentine Cadieux is the Director of Environmental Studies and Director of Sustainability at Hamline University. Professor Cadieux studies collaborative knowledge practices related to food, agriculture, and land in the context of settler society cultures in Canada, the United States,and Aotearoa New Zealand. She is currently working on the FoodShed, a collaborative online workshop and field guide to food movement efforts, and an accompanying podcast called Eating Together - find more at foodfieldguides.com!