Kate Turner holds a PhD in environmental management and natural resources from the Natural Resources Institute at the University of Manitoba (Winnipeg, Canada). Its main work focused on agrifood systems and biocultural diversity in development processes. She has worked in Canada, Brazil and Bolivia, and is now based in Bogotá, Colombia. In September 2017 she will begin a postdoctoral fellowship with the School of Environmental Studies of the University of Victoria (Victoria, Canada).
Submitted by KATE TURNER on 24/05/2017 on BIOCULTURAL DIVERSITY
Tarija Valley - The edible biocultural heritage of a place is a key focus in many rural and regional development plans, programs and initiatives in various parts of the world.