Lenore Newman



Dr. Lenore Newman is a writer and urban geographer. She holds a Canada Research Chair in Food Security and Environment, and is an Associate Professor of Geography and the Environment at the University of the Fraser Valley.

Lenore studies culinary geographies, and just completed a book on Canadian cuisine. She also researches food security, with a particular focus on farmland preservation, the dynamics of the rural-urban edge, and agriburban landscapes.

Lenore lives in Vancouver, Canada. She sits on the board of the Vancouver Farmers Markets society, and can often be found volunteering at the Trout Lake Farmers Market. She is passionate about food, and is happiest when cooking, eating, drinking, or sharing meals with friends. In her spare tim

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Book Launch

After many years of research, writing, editing, and more editing, I am very excited to announce the upcoming launch of my book, Speaking in Cod Tongues: A Canadian Culinary Journey.

[image error]The book launch will be held on Thursday, January 12th at the University of British Columbia. Presented by the UBC Centre for Sustainable Food Systems, the launch will begin with remarks from Dr. Hannah Wit

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Published on December 22, 2016 14:15
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Lost Feast: Culinary Extinc...

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