Alfonso Morales – “Advancing the IDEA: Whose Perspective and the Implications for How?”
Alfonso Morales, Ph.D., Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Professor and Vilas Trust Awardee
Urban and Regional Planning
Ford Foundation Post Doctoral Fellow, American Bar Foundation Dissertation Fellow, PhD, Northwestern, MS University of Chicago, MS University of Texas at Dallas, BS/BA Economics/Sociology New Mexico State University
UW-Extension State Specialist
Alfonso Morales is originally from New Mexico and his family has farmed and ranched in West Texas for more than 100 years. He interested in applying science to support society and various social goods. He studies food systems, public marketplaces, and street vendors, supports non-profit organizations, writes about entrepreneurship, and does a variety of outreach activities.
ASSIGNMENT: Read: “Educators or Facilitators? Claryfying Extension’s Role in the Emerging Loal Food Systems Movement” pdf here
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