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. 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 thinks it’s sweet of you to Google him.


Right now, Bernard is
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a visiting scholar at Dalhousie University’s School of Resource and Environmental Studies, with Dr. Kate Sherren;
- a visiting scholar at McGill University’s Land and Food Lab, with Dr. Graham MacDonald; and
- very much missing swims in the rivers around Oxford.

Photo credit: Aven Satre-Meloy

Photo credit: Aven Satre-Meloy