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From Farm to Every Fork: Rewriting the Narrative on Urban Agriculture in Sacramento

To better understand Sacramento's urban agriculture practices and how other places might replicate them, this case study explores the steps local advocates are taking to strengthen access to healthy food, highlights the victories they've celebrated, identifies challenges they've overcome, and shares lessons learned in their quest for a healthier community.

  • Heather Gehlert
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Advocates and residents in Sacramento are using a combination of policy change, community power-building, and strategic communication to make it easier for people to take part in urban farming. This case study from PHI’s Berkeley Media Studies Group explores their tactics for strengthening access to healthy food, highlights victories and challenges, and shares lessons learned.

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To better understand Sacramento’s urban agriculture practices and how other places might replicate them, this case study explores the steps local advocates are taking to strengthen access to healthy food, highlights the victories they’ve celebrated, identifies challenges they’ve overcome, and shares lessons learned in their quest for a healthier community.

 

Originally published by Berkeley Media Studies Group


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