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Thursday, September 22 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Justice and Coproduction Track-03: Co-Production of Knowledge and Justice Research Agenda

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The last workshop of the track is about moving a cross-site agenda forward. Participants come together with track organizers to take stock of ongoing LTER justice research and co-production of knowledge practice in order to collectively build an agenda within and across sites. The team will consider what is necessary to support sites and researchers moving toward these goals. A complementary academic output will also be considered, such as a research article comparing work across sites and/or setting a new agenda. The workshop will also consider whether external funding may be required to advance these goals. 

Lead Organizer

Bonnie Keeler

Minneapolis-St. Paul LTER
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Meghan Klasic

Postdoctoral Scholar, MSP LTER (University of Minnesota)
I am an Interdisciplinary Environmental Geographer. I completed my PhD in Geography with a DE in Computational Social Science from the University of California, Davis. My dissertation examined the role of environmental risk in shaping local governance. I explored these themes across... Read More →


Kevin Grove

Florida Coastal Everglades LTER
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Michelle Hale

Assistant Professor-American Indian Studies, Arizona State University

Thursday September 22, 2022 10:30am - 12:00pm PDT
10. Oak Shelter