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INDEX African Americans, 29, 196, 198, 202 agriculture: colonial, 42; rooftop, 117–118, 217, 221, 224–227 passim, 279; suburban, 41–57 passim agrihood, 277–278 agroecology, 107–124 passim agronomic system, 109 American Indians. See Native Americans aquaponics, 112 Beacon Food Forest, 277 built environment, 265–288 passim Capital Regional District (Vancouver Island), 274 Cascadia, 59–81 passim Chamberlin, Emily, 35 Chicago Transit Authority (CTA), 199 Community Commons, 240 Community Food Security Coalition, 232 Community Services Unlimited, 121 community supported agricultural (CSA) program, 67, 233 community-based organization (CBO), 198, 286 composting, 67–68, 83–103 passim, 110, 288; regulation, 49–50, 55, 110; vermicomposting, 110 Comprehensive Farm Review, 102 cooking, 14, 122, 130–139 passim, 204, 216, 243, 276 cooperative extension, 113, 123 cooperatives, farm, 109–110 cooperatives, food (retail), 18, 78. See also Producer’s Cooperative Market Association Craig, Charles, 14–15 crop production, 72, 73, 111–124 passim; crop nutrients, 96, 110; organic production, 281; season extension, 115; soil quality, 109–111, 117. See also gardens; gardening cultural capital, 129 culture, 136, 213. See also food: culturally appropriate; food: traditional 330 Index Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), 224–225, 227 diet, 128–129, 139, 194–195, 225, 231–234. See also cooking Duluth Commercial Club, 13–16 Duluth Community Garden Program, 18 Duluth Farmers Market, 17 Duluth Homecroft Association (DHA), 14 Eat Oregon First, 276 economics, 119–120 edible landscaping, 67, 226, 270–271, 275, 277–278 education: classes/courses, 114–115, 152, 204, 217, 243; educational trains, 15 Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) machines, 252 Elijah’s Promise, 150, 153–155 Elson, William H., 28 environment: emissions, 63, 83, 86, 268, 281; microclimates, 115, 123; pollution, 84, 90, 221, 225–226, 281. See also New York City: Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) equitability, 108, 120–122 Eva, Major, 14 extension. See cooperative extension Falling Fruit, 277 farmers markets: EBT/SNAP use, 202– 204, 252; food access, 128, 193–204, 272, 274; fostering community, 236; healthy food consumption, 233, 291; history, 21–37 passim; increase in numbers, 249; street design, 277; vendor access, 185–188. See also Duluth Farmers Market; Grand Rapids Farmers Market; New Brunswick Community Farmers Market; Rutgers Gardens Farmers Market farming: corporate, 17; vertical, 117–118. See also farms farms: peri-urban, 177, 291 Federal Way (Washington State), 49, 52–55 feminists, first-wave, 27 Five Borough Farm Project, 232–233, 239–240 food: culturally appropriate, 122, 135– 139, 206, 236; insecurity, 8, 144, 178, 192–210 passim, 274; safety, 109, 114, 123, 253, 288; traditional, 127, 129; unhealthy, 233–234 food desert, 128, 192–210, 240 Food Distribution Program, 129 food pantries, 121, 131–133, 139 food stamps. See Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) food street, 277 food systems framework, 6–7 FoodWorks, 219, 221 Forterra, 53 funding: block grant, 143–150; grant, 75–76, 120, 231, 246, 249; public, 29, 35, 55, 81, 249 gardening: container, 46, 105, 111–112, 127, 130–131, 138–139; guerilla, 218; home, 28–29; public, 22–23, 27–32; rooftop, 46, 53, 279; vacant lot, 4, 21, 48, 109, 162, 217, 237, 241, 279, 290; windowsill, 131. See also gardens; Gardens for Healthy Communities Index 331 gardens: for-profit, 47, 55; market, 48–49, 67, 282; raised-bed, 111, 122, 150–151, 269; school, 27–30, 65, 80, 242, 279; urban, 126–127, 139, 141, 219; Victory Garden, 30. See also gardening; Gardens for Healthy Communities; New York City Community Garden Coalition Gardens for Healthy Communities, 219 Grand Rapids Federation of Women’s Clubs (GRFWC), 32–33 Granville Island (Vancouver, British Columbia), 280 Green Barn Market, 276 green infrastructure, 60, 224–226 greenhouses, 63, 113–117 passim, 152, 220–221, 224, 256 Greysolon Farms Company, 15 grocery stores. See supermarkets Growing Power, 11, 121, 262, 291 Hamilton, Eva McCall, 21–22, 28, 29, 33, 35 health: determinants, 238; mental health, 44; obesity, 45, 128, 144, 196, 234, 241–242, 249, 265, 272; outcomes, 127–128, 139, 194, 204, 231–238 passim, 268, 271; pathways, 237–244 passim; physical activity, 234, 241, 249, 266–267; whole health, 280–281. See also Health Impact Assessment (HIA); National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research; public health Health Impact Assessment (HIA), 239–240 Homeboy Industries, 122 homeowners association, 45–46, 52 hoop houses, 152–153 Hostetter, A. B., 14–15 immigrants, 24, 29, 43, 161, 194, 198, 223, 236 Indian Center, 130–138 passim insect management. See pest management Johnson & Johnson Corporation, 143–156 passim land lease, 47, 72...

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9781609384388
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9781609384371
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OCLC
960871725
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349
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2017-01-01
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English
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