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By: Tara Garnett
161 pages, no illustrations
Presents a report of the feasability of food production in cities. Taking London as its example, it assesses how, and to what extent, urban food growing could make a contribution to social, economic and environmental health, and community and educational development. Presents examples and case studies from both the UK and abroad.
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