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Urban Agriculture and Food Systems Planning

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Dig into a feast of information about urban agriculture, transportation, green markets, and more. How can you root out conflicts between urban dwellers and urban agriculture? How are other cities and towns cultivating greater food access?

Published by American Institute of Certified Planners, 2012

Format: Streaming Media, 90 minutes


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Hungry to know more about food systems planning? Dig into a feast of information about urban agriculture, transportation, green markets, and more. How can you root out conflicts between urban dwellers and urban agriculture? How are other cities and towns cultivating greater food access? What you learn will help you lay the groundwork for safe, healthy food systems in your community.

Co-sponsor: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

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Speakers:
Samina Raja, Associate Professor State University of New York; Kimberly Hodgson, AICP, Founder and Principal Consultant, Cultivating Healthy Places; Marcia Caton Campbell, Milwaukee Director, Center for Resilient Cities

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