Appreciative Inquiry and Prospective Theorizing Through Engaged Scholarship

February 2024
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This article explores how Appreciative Inquiry creates conditions to gain insight into sustainable agriculture to understand past and current aspects of local ecological knowledge, and then leap beyond the past and present and move toward a future-forming theory design.


Author: Pamela Robinson

Pamela S. Robinson explores the indispensable role of local ecological knowledge (LEK) as an essential pathway to effective agribusiness management in 2050. Her work illuminates a transformative vision for the future of agribusiness to positively impact producers and their communities and inform policy. 


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