What can Cuba teach us about local food systems? What do WW2 and Climate Change have in common? Urban Agroecology expert Laney Siegner explains how urban farming can promote food justice, build resilient communities and support local biodiversity, encouraging us all to take a more active hand in how the food we eat ends up on our tables.
Laney's study on Urban Agroecology in the East Bay:
Further reading: 

3. Urban Agriculture and Sustainable Cities; Deelstra, T. and Girardet, H., 2000. 

4.Participatory Design of Public Spaces for Urban Agriculture, Rosario Argentina; Dubbeling, M. Bracalenti, L. and Lagorio, L., 2009. 

7. Theorizing urban agriculture: north-south convergence; Gray, L., Elgert, L. and WinklerPrins, A., 2020. 

12. Beyond Victory Gardens: Bolstering Resilience in Food Crisis Response; Guarino, JL., Windings, B. and Endres, AB., 2020.
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