Does More Urban Ag Land Equal More Food Justice?
In response to surging interest in urban agriculture, many cities across the country have developed policies that provide access to publicly owned land. These policies are often touted as a way to address environmental and food injustice and racial equity. However, if not carefully crafted, land access policies have the potential to exacerbate existing inequalities. Read an overview of the JAFSCD peer-reviewed research article, “Digging in: Toward a more just urban garden land policy.”
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