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Friday, April 5 • 4:05pm - 5:25pm
Friday - Farming and gardening in the city: the politics and practices of urban agriculture in the 21st century

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Moderator: Lindsay K. Campbell (USDA Forest Service /Rutgers University)

  • You can’t feed the city through urban farming': Discursive practices and governance networks of urban agriculture and community gardens in New York City
    Lindsay K. Campbell (USDA Forest Service /Rutgers University)
  • Urban farms as blight remedies?: Spatial distribution of the potentials and the realities of urban agriculture in New Orleans
    Yuki Kato (Tulane University), Cate Irvin (Tulane University)
  • Whose right to (farm) the city?: Race and food justice activism in post-Katrina New Orleans
    Catarina Passidomo (University of Georgia)
  • Growing a sustainable city? Urban agriculture in Philadelphia
    Hamil Pearsall (Temple University), Christina Rosan (Temple University) 

Presenters
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Lindsay K. Campbell

Research Social Scientist, USDA Forest Service
My research explores the dynamics of civic stewardship, environmental governance, and sustainability policymaking--with a particular emphasis on issues of social and environmental justice.
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Hamil

Assistant Professor, Geography and Urban Studies Department, Temple University
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Yuki Kato

Tulane University
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Catarina Passidomo

University of Georgia

Co-Authors
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Cate Irvin

Tulane University
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Christina Rosan

Temple University

Moderators
avatar for Lindsay K. Campbell

Lindsay K. Campbell

Research Social Scientist, USDA Forest Service
My research explores the dynamics of civic stewardship, environmental governance, and sustainability policymaking--with a particular emphasis on issues of social and environmental justice.

Friday April 5, 2013 4:05pm - 5:25pm PDT
Stanford Room (Mark Hopkins Hotel)