Bernard Soubry is a writer, a researcher, and a hiatused farming apprentice torn between Oxford, UK, and Eastern Canada.
His current research focuses on how food systems can adapt to climate change by building the capacity of all actors to have a seat at the table.
He has worked as a farming apprentice and farm manager in Eastern Canada's Maritime provinces, where he specialized in heirloom tomatoes and chicken-wrangling; as a museum manager; and as a professional croissantier.
He's also very much into small-scale agriculture, teaching and facilitating, bicycle mechanics, improvisation, and seeking the perfect crust in breadmaking, among other things. He's very sus