Chapters in Books
Nelson C.H. & Stroink, M.L. (2013). Northern Ontario. In Knezevic, I., Landman, K., Blay-Palmer, A. and Nelson, E. (Eds.), Models and Best Practices for Building Sustainable Food Systems in Ontario and Beyond (pp. 16-67). Guelph, ON: Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. Accessed at http://nourishingontario.ca
Nelson, C.H. & Park, J. (2012). The rural-urban continuum as place: What can be learned from the Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) – Mental Health and Well-being? In J.C. Kulig & A.Williams (Co-editors). Rural Health: A Canadian Perspective (pp. 137-156).Vancouver: UBC Press.
Nelson, C.H. & Stroink, M. (2010). Benefits to Students of Service-learning through a Food Security Partnership Model. In Jeff Keshen, Barbara A. Holland, and Barbara E. Moely (Eds.), Research for what? Making engaged scholarship matter (pp. 171- 199). Advances in Service-Learning Research. Charlotte, North Carolina: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
Nelson, C.H., Stadey, M. & Lyons, A.A. (2005). Community-academic research partnership: A key recipe for food security. In A.M. Kirbyson (Ed.), Recipes for Success: A Celebration of Food Security Work in Canada. (pp. 27-31). Winnipeg: Social Planning Council of Winnipeg