Amarteur Cultures of Food Production

‘Growing food in a communal way, in community gardens and city farms, breaks down barriers between people with regard to differences in age, ethnicity, class and gender, stimulates a sense of ‘ownership’ of, and pride in, the local environment, and galvanises people to cooperate on other issues of social concern.’

Gil Doron, Food and the City. ‘Urban Agriculture: Small, Medium, Large.’

Department for Communities and Local Government: Food Growing Case Studies