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Field Exchange publication schedule

The schedule for upcoming issues of Field Exchange is as follows: 

As soon as articles are finalised, we will make them aviailable online. 

We welcome submissions for all our editions, send suggestions to: Marie McGrath, marie@ennonline.net

Click here to subscribe to Field Exchange for free. 

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Field Exchange publication schedule. www.ennonline.net/fex/publicationschedule