Demonstrating and promoting the benefits of Urban Agriculture

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The City Harvest website collects information on the wide range of benefits associated with urban agriculture, aiming to strengthen the movement in the UK and across the globe.

On the site you will find a host of publications documenting the social, educational, environmental, economic and health-related effects of urban agriculture as well as case studies which provide working examples of these benefits in action.

City Harvest is for everyone interested in food growing and sustainability and aims to be particularly useful for anyone who is looking for “hard” evidence to support urban agriculture related projects.

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Highlighted projects

Practical Sustainability Course: Shift Bristol is a not for profit Community Interest Company registered in January 2010. We are.. read more

Category: Education

Bankside Open Spaces Trust: The project has developed a number of community vegetable gardens from disused and abandoned land.. read more

Category: Community

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Latest resources

Edible Backyards: Residential Land Use for Food Production in Toronto read more

Category: Health Economy

Food Movements Unite! Strategies to Transform Our Food Systems read more

Category: Health Economy Community

Above the Pavement-the Farm!: Architecture & Agriculture at Public Farm 1 read more

Category: Environment Community

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The Big Dig

The Big Dig is a nationwide project which aims to engage over 10,000 people in community food-growing projects across England.

Visit www.bigdig.org.uk