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Urban agriculture research

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Health benefits of 'grow your own' food in urban areas: implications for contaminated land risk assessment and risk management?

Environmental Health 2009

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Health
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Working Toward a Just, Equitable, and Local Food System: The Social Impact of Community-Based Agriculture

The Southwestern Social Science Association, journal Social Science Quarterly, Volume (Year): 89 (2008); Issue: 5; Pages: 1086-1101

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Community
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An assesment of a vocational horticulture training curriculum at a school for juvenile offenders

Submitted to the Faculty of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

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Health
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Urban agriculture, poverty, and food security: empirical evidence from a sample of developing countries

Food Policy (2010)

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HealthEconomy
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Enhancing technical, organisational and institutional innovation in urban agriculture

Urban Agriculture Magazine 19 (2007)

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Community
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