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Alaimo, K., Packnett, E., Miles, R. A., & Kruger, D. J. (2008). Fruit and Vegetable Intake among Urban Community Gardeners. Journal of N utrition E ducation and B ehavior,Outcome: Urban adults who participate in community gardens are more likely to eat fruits and vegetables
Health – Contemporary Practices• Organizational Design and Innovation: – Community Supported Agriculture, etc. – Insurance benefits – Market Locations• Healthy Food from Healthy Soils – U.S. Environmental Protection guidelines for agriculture in brownfields
Health – What We Are Learning Database of research on the benefits of community gardens: http://www.communitygarden.org
Economic Development: Contemporary PracticesFederal State Local StateFood Hub Organizations City and Ordinances Food Policy Councils