An Exploratory Analysis of Student-Community Interactions in Urban Agriculture.

@inproceedings{Grossman2012AnEA,
  title={An Exploratory Analysis of Student-Community Interactions in Urban Agriculture.},
  author={Julie M. Grossman and Maximilian Sherard and Seb M. Prohn and Lucy Kennedy Bradley and L Suzanne Goodell and Katherine Andrew},
  year={2012}
}
Urban agriculture initiatives are on the rise, providing healthy food while teaching a land ethic to youth. In parallel, increasing numbers of university graduates are obtaining Extension work requiring the effective communication of science in a diverse, urban, low-income setting. This study evaluates a pilot service-learning program, the Community Food Security Scholars program, designed to teach students the complexities of urban food security issues while they acquire basic agriculture… CONTINUE READING

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