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Urban Agriculture on Brownfields

Date Published: April 2014

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This guide from EPA works through the main issues like site investigation, and "how clean is clean enough for gardening activities."  Urban agriculture is increasingly understood as a way to revitalize communities. With so much underused brownfield space out there, it is natural some communities would be starting to wonder how to make the two things go together. 

Keywords: economic development; equity; case study; equity; implementation; infrastructure; outreach; performance measures; urban agriculture; water; brownfields; community development

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  • University of Louisville
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