Record nummer 2249037
Titel artikel Measuring Urban Agriculture for Sound Policy in a North American City
Auteur(s) Kilduff, A. ; Tensen, T.
Tijdschrifttitel Urban agriculture magazine / Resource Centre for Urban Agriculture (RUAF)
Deel(Jaar)Nummer (2018)34
Paginering 41 - 42
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Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) To date, many closely followed urban agricultural efforts in the United States have focused on its largest cities – but because of their scale, these efforts are not necessarily applicable to midsize cities (population: 50,000-250,000), which characteristically operate with fewer resources and exert far less global influence. Midsize cities account for the majority of America’s urban landscape, and it is in these cities that urban agriculture (UA) may be most impactful by building on unique and individual stories of place and promoting an inclusive and participatory process. This story follows the case of one midsize city: Brockton, Massachusetts.
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