Sustaining Cooperation in the Local Food Economy

Our research team presents our developing work on cooperation in the local food economy in Main. We explain the role of social engagement in local food, and detail our measurements of cooperation in cooperative organizations such as food co-ops and food buying clubs using economic experiments. Finally, we have a discussion about the challenge of supporting the new local food economy in Maine, and what cooperation science can offer.

Mitchell Center Speaker Series, 11/20/2017. Speakers include: PI Tim Waring, Masters student Afton Hupper, PhD Student Taylor Lange, and Stakeholder and Collaborator Jeremy Bloom. on Vimeo at vimeo.com/244072231

About Tim Waring

I study the role of cooperation and culture in environmental sustainability, at the University of Maine.
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