Figures and Tables

Fig. 1. The flow chart describes the three project components. (Figure by Rebecca Schofield. “Project Flow Chart,” 2013.)

Fig. 2. The flow chart describes the three project components. (Figure by Rebecca Schofield. “Project Flow Chart,” 2013.)

Fig. 3. The diagram describes the stages in the popular education model. Arnold, Rick. Educating for a Change. Doris Marshall Institute, Toronto, Ont, 1991. Found 10 Apr 2013. <<http://www.re.rollingearth.
org/z?q=znode/109>>.

Fig. 4. The flow chart describes the themes of three popular education. (Figure by Marcy Ostberg. “Popular Education Food Economy Curriculum,” 2013.)

Fig. 5. The photo is of a Workshop 1 participant. (Image Courtesy of Emma Beals, 2013.)

Fig. 6 The cyclical chart depicts the industries within the food system. (Figure by Heidi Stucker. “Food System Diagram.” 2013.)

Table 7. The table shows the business, employee and sales information. (Created by Rebecca Schofield. “Baseline Food Economy – Businesses, Jobs and Sales by Zip Code.” 2013.)

Figs. 8, 9, 10. The scrolling photos in the website header are all courtesy of Heidi Stucker. 2013.

Fig. 11. The drawing describes the learning heads model. From Dr. Pop “What is Popular Education?” adapted from Arnold, Rick. Educating for a Change. Doris Marshall Institute, Toronto, Ont, 1991. Found 10 Apr 2013. <<http://www.re.rollingearth.
org/z?q=znode/109>>.