Room to Grow: Participatory Landscapes and Urban Agriculture

March 7, 2009 at 4:17 pm Leave a comment

Room to Grow: Participatory Landscapes and Urban Agriculture at New York University — City Farmer News: “A research paper Adam Brock wrote under supervision from NYU professor Natalie Jeremijenko in Summer 2008. The conclusion? It’s not lack of land that’s preventing us from growing food on campus – it’s the politics of centrally-controlled space.”

(Via City Farmer News.)

Surprising? (laughs)

Read the rest of the blog post here.

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