Collaborative Relationships Between First Nations and Municipalities in Ontario
Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics
Ontario Agricultural College, University of Guelph
Bethany Lipka is a Research Associate at the University of Guelph, in the Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics (FARE). She has an Undergraduate degree in International Development with an emphasis on rural and agricultural development, a Masters Degree in Agricultural Economics and a Certificate of Project Management Studies from Algonquin College. Under the supervision of Professor Brady Deaton, her Masters thesis empirically explored First Nation and municipal characteristics influencing the participation in inter-local partnerships to share water.
Since completing her Masters, she has continued work with Professor Deaton on research investigating municipal-First Nation water sharing, as well as a number of other areas, including farmland values and rental rates, food security, and rural development.
Phone: 519-824-4120 ex.53667
Office: room 324, JD MacLachlan Building, University of Guelph
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