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Sustainability Planning and Collaboration in Rural Canada

Taking the Next Steps

edited by Lars K. Hallström; Glen T. Hvenegaard; Mary A. Beckie, contributions by Morgan Moffitt; Kirstine Baccar; Karsten Mündel; Yolande Chan; Marc von der Gonna; Karen Houle; Claire Sanders; Laura Ryser; Mark Roseland; Jennifer Sumner; Kerry Prosper; Melanie Irvine; Jeffrey Dixon; Jonathan Corbett; Roger Epp; Sean Connelly; Greg Halseth; Moira Calder; Craig Pollett; Leslie McMillan; Kelly Vodden; Meredith Carter; Michael Barr; Donald Alexander; Bernie Jones; Robert Keenan; Rhonda Koster; Karen Morrison; Ryan Lane; Sean Markey; Shelly McMann; David Douglas; Anthony Davis; Kelly Green; Casey Hamilton & Shayne Wright

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Rural communities, often the first indicators of economic downturns, play an important role in planning for development and sustainability. Increasingly, these communities are compelled to reimagine the paths that lead not only to economic success, but also to the cultural, social, environmental, and institutional pillars of sustainability. As the contributors to this volume demonstrate, there are many examples of such innovation and creativity, and many communities that seek out new ways to build the collaboration, capacity, and autonomy necessary to survive and flourish.

Contributors: Don Alexander, Kirstine Baccar, Michael Barr, Mary A. Beckie, Moira J. Calder, Meredith Carter, Yolande E. Chan, Sean Connelly, Jon Corbett, Anthony Davis, Jeff A. Dixon, David J.A. Douglas, Roger Epp, Kelly Green, Lars K. Hallström, Greg Halseth, Casey Hamilton, Karen Houle, Glen T. Hvenegaard, Melanie Irvine, Bernie Jones, Robert Keenan, Rhonda Koster, Ryan Lane, Sean Markey, Shelly McMann, L. Jane McMillan, Morgan E. Moffitt, Karen Morrison, Karsten Mündel, Craig Pollett, Kerry Prosper, Mark Roseland, Laura Ryser, Claire Sanders, Jennifer Sumner, Kelly Vodden, Marc von der Gonna, Shayne Wright.

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Lars K. Hallström

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Morgan Moffitt

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Kirstine Baccar

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Karsten Mündel

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Yolande Chan

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Marc von der Gonna

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Karen Houle is the author of two poetry collections, Ballast (1995) and During (2000). She teaches in the Philosophy department at the University of Guelph. She is also involved with the Guelph Centre for Urban Organic Farming, where her interest in putting environmental ethics into practice has shifted her toward land-based approaches to learning. She lives in Guelph, Ontario.

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Karen Houle is the author of two poetry collections, Ballast (1995) and During (2000). She teaches in the Philosophy department at the University of Guelph. She is also involved with the Guelph Centre for Urban Organic Farming, where her interest in putting environmental ethics into practice has shifted her toward land-based approaches to learning. She lives in Guelph, Ontario.

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Karen Houle is the author of two poetry collections, Ballast (1995) and During (2000). She teaches in the Philosophy department at the University of Guelph. She is also involved with the Guelph Centre for Urban Organic Farming, where her interest in putting environmental ethics into practice has shifted her toward land-based approaches to learning. She lives in Guelph, Ontario.

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Karen Houle is the author of two poetry collections, Ballast (1995) and During (2000). She teaches in the Philosophy department at the University of Guelph. She is also involved with the Guelph Centre for Urban Organic Farming, where her interest in putting environmental ethics into practice has shifted her toward land-based approaches to learning. She lives in Guelph, Ontario.

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Karen Houle is the author of two poetry collections, Ballast (1995) and During (2000). She teaches in the Philosophy department at the University of Guelph. She is also involved with the Guelph Centre for Urban Organic Farming, where her interest in putting environmental ethics into practice has shifted her toward land-based approaches to learning. She lives in Guelph, Ontario.

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Karen Houle is the author of two poetry collections, Ballast (1995) and During (2000). She teaches in the Philosophy department at the University of Guelph. She is also involved with the Guelph Centre for Urban Organic Farming, where her interest in putting environmental ethics into practice has shifted her toward land-based approaches to learning. She lives in Guelph, Ontario.

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Karen Houle is the author of two poetry collections, Ballast (1995) and During (2000). She teaches in the Philosophy department at the University of Guelph. She is also involved with the Guelph Centre for Urban Organic Farming, where her interest in putting environmental ethics into practice has shifted her toward land-based approaches to learning. She lives in Guelph, Ontario.

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Karen Houle is the author of two poetry collections, Ballast (1995) and During (2000). She teaches in the Philosophy department at the University of Guelph. She is also involved with the Guelph Centre for Urban Organic Farming, where her interest in putting environmental ethics into practice has shifted her toward land-based approaches to learning. She lives in Guelph, Ontario.

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Karen Houle is the author of two poetry collections, Ballast (1995) and During (2000). She teaches in the Philosophy department at the University of Guelph. She is also involved with the Guelph Centre for Urban Organic Farming, where her interest in putting environmental ethics into practice has shifted her toward land-based approaches to learning. She lives in Guelph, Ontario.

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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Roger Epp is Professor of Political Science at the University of Alberta. He served as founding Dean of the University’s Augustana Campus in Camrose from 2004 to 2011. Much of his recent writing has explored what it means to live in the prairie West with a sense of memory, inheritance, and care. He is author of We are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008), co-editor of Writing Off the Rural West (2001) and co-producer of the documentary “The Canadian Clearances” for CBC Radio Ideas.
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Editorial Review

“This book is an excellent compilation of research on rural sustainability issues in Canada, covering a number of topics by university researchers and rural communities working closely together.… The rural issues the contributors discuss all involve public engagement with academics and rural citizens working together, covering a wide range of issues, from Aboriginal communities to land use regarding conversion of farmland, to economic impacts of rural population loss and aging, and the meanings of sustainability.”

— Great Plains Research

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