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Matthew Legge

Matthew Legge

Matthew Legge has worked in the nonprofit sector for the last 13 years, with a focus on helping people thrive through the full enjoyment of health, dignity, and rights. Since 2012, he has worked with Canadian Friends Service Committee (CFSC), the …

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Meredith Leigh

Meredith Leigh

Meredith Leigh is a food and farming specialist who has been involved with many commercial and homestead herds of cattle, poultry, swine, sheep, and goats over the last 12 years. She has worked as a butcher, chef, teacher, nonprofit executive …

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Laura Lengnick

Laura Lengnick

Laura Lengnick is a researcher, policymaker, activist, educator and farmer whose work explores the community-enhancing potential of sustainable agriculture and food systems. Laura contributed to the 3rd National Climate Assessment as a lead author …

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Daniel Lerch

Daniel Lerch

Daniel Lerch has worked in the public, private and non-profit sectors on urban planning and sustainability issues for over ten years. Based in Portland, Oregon, he manages the Post Carbon Cities program at the Post Carbon Institute, providing …

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Michael Lewis

Michael Lewis

Michael Lewis is the Executive Director of the Canadian Center for Community Renewal and is well-known internationally as a practitioner, author, educator and leader in the field of Community Economic Development and the Social Economy.

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Kirsten Lie-Nielsen

Kirsten Lie-Nielsen

Kirsten Lie-Nielsen grew up on a farm and has been raising geese and enjoying the quirky personalities and practicality of these beautiful birds for most of her life. Always intrigued by self-sufficiency and working with her hands, Kirsten and her …

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Bernard Lietaer

Bernard Lietaer

Bernard Lietaer is the worldÂ’s leading authority on complementary currencies. He was instrumental in the development of the single European currency and is the co-founder of ACCESS Foundation, an educational non-profit organization whose goal is …

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Gail Littlejohn

Gail Littlejohn

Gail Littlejohn is a former high school teacher and the co-editor of Green Teacher magazine, a non-profit quarterly offering practical ideas for fostering environmental literacy and global awareness in Grades K-12.

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