Hi! I’m Bernard Soubry: a writer, a researcher, and a hiatused farming apprentice torn between Oxford, UK, and Eastern Canada.

My current research focuses on how food systems can adapt to climate change. I’m also very much into small-scale agriculture, teaching and facilitating, bicycle mechanics, improvisation, and seeking the perfect crust in breadmaking, among other things.

It’s very sweet of you to Google me.


Right now, I’m
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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