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Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development (JAFSCD)

 

Volume 6, Issue 4 / Summer–Fall 2016


ISSN 2152-0801 (online)


 

 

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Column

1 THE ECONOMIC PAMPHLETEER: How Do We Ensure Good Food for All?
John Ikerd

Open Call Papers

1 Economic Viability of a Food Hub Business: Assessment of Annual Operational Expenses and Revenues
Olya Rysin and Rebecca Dunning
 

Banner photos include a Cape Cod cranberry bog; a cranberry “screen house” used to grade fresh cranberries; farmland near Lake Placid, NY, in the Adirondack Mountains; Montmorency cherry trees on the Mission Peninsula of northern Michigan; the historic Round Barn in the South Mountain Apple Belt of Adams County, Pennsylvania; the “Sea of Grapes” district of the Lake Erie Concord Grape Belt, near Erie, Penn; a field of cabbages near Shortsville, NY, home to one of the world’s largest sauerkraut factories. All photos copyright by Duncan Hilchey.

 

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