- Published online December 1, 2016.
- Alexandra Lakind,
Alexandra Lakind is a joint PhD student in Environmental Studies and Education at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. She holds an MA in Education from New York University and has worked for many years in environmental studies, education, and the arts. Her research interests encompass a wide range of organizational designs that support democratic decision-making and community resiliency.
- Lihlani Skipperand
Lihlani Skipper, formerly Program Associate with the National Farm to School Network, is currently a Program Officer at Vermont Law School's Center for Agriculture and Food Systems. She holds a BA from Harvard and an MS from University of Wisconsin–Madison in Agroecology and Urban and Regional Planning. She is interested in sustainable community development, food systems planning, and, in particular, farm to institution programs.
- Alfonso Morales
Alfonso Morales is Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at University of Wisconsin–Madison. He advocates and consults on food systems and marketplaces. His USDA-supported work assists farmers market managers in understanding and reporting on their markets. He carries out applied research on economic development, law and society, and public health. His research on these topics includes four books, eighty publications, in Spanish and English, and speaking events nationally and internationally.