Urban Agriculture: Changing the Way We Think About Food, Hunger & Health

Starting Date: 04-13-2007
Starting Time: 9:00am
Ending Date: 04-14-2007

1234 Columbus Ave
Boston, Massachusetts 02120
United States
617-442-1322 ext 12
Community gardens, urban farms, rooftop gardens and other food lots in cities have become an innovative way to address food insecurity, environmental issues, and a host of other public problems that urban residents face. The emerging importance of urban agriculture as a solution to many public problems is the focus of the 2007 Urban Agriculture in the City Conference entitled, “Urban Agriculture: Changing the Way We Think about Food, Hunger and Health.” The conference will highlight research, policies, and programs from the grassroots and up that are utilizing urban agriculture to address problems that relate to the health of producers, consumers, land and community.
Geographical Scope: Regional

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