This article focuses on the collaborations between academics and community-based organizations seeking to fundamentally reorganize the way food is produced, distributed, and consumed as well as valued. The central research question investigates whether and how the growth of community-campus engagement (CCE) can strengthen food movements. Drawing on an analysis of 5 case studies in Canada, research demonstrated that when it is part of relationships based on mutual benefit and reciprocity, CCE can-and does-play an important role in building food movements. Different orientations toward CCE are discussed in terms of their varying assumptions and implications for how partners work together.

Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement
Department of Political Science

Levkoe, C, Andrée, P, Bhatt, V. (Vikram), Brynne, A. (Abra), Davison, K.M. (Karen M.), Kneen, C. (Cathleen), & Nelson, E. (Erin). (2016). Collaboration for transformation: Community-campus engagement for just and sustainable food systems. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 20(3), 32–61.