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urban ag talk at the new school

Posted: February 27 2012


Urban Agriculture's Origins and Opportunities in Oakland: An Interdisciplinary and Participatory Approach
Nathan McClintock, Assistant Professor of Urban Studies and Planning at Portland State University
Dr. McClintock discusses his research on urban agriculture in Oakland, California, focusing on how he integrated a critical social science approach with participatory environmental science and planning research to both understand the origins of the urban agriculture movement in Oakland and to identify obstacles to its ability to scale up.
Where:  The New School, 2 West 16th Street room D-1103
When:  February 27, 6:00 p.m.
Free and open to the public

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