Urban agriculture: A city designer explains how growing food in urban, public spaces can help feed the hungry, supplement the existing agribusiness model, and promote good health for all.

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  • Sam Adams Mayor, Portland Oregon
  • Ryan Hertz principal, Eco Zoic Detroit
  • Teva Dawson horticulture inspector for the city of Des Moines, Iowa
  • Darrin Nordahl city designer, The Davenport Design Center, a division of the Community & Economic Development Department of the City of Davenport, Iowa.

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