Anelyse Weiler is a doctoral candidate in sociology. Her work lies at the intersection of migration, labour, and environmentally sustainable food systems. For her dissertation, she is focused on the emerging craft cider industry in the Pacific Northwest and beyond. She is interested in how 'craft' livelihoods serve to reimagine people's labour and ties to the land, along with dynamic tensions between cider production, farmland preservation, and food security. Her research is supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, and she is Scholar with the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation.