Urban agriculture -- Oregon -- Portland, Local foods -- Oregon -- Portland, Community gardens -- Oregon -- Portland, Urban land use -- Oregon -- Portland Metropolitan Area
In addition to an inventory of potential urban agriculture sites, the team also conducted a literature review, held focus groups with relevant stakeholders, conducted numerous interviews, and administered and analyzed surveys. The results of these outreach efforts greatly informed criteria development and recommendations, and expanded our understanding of the potential for urban agriculture in Portland. This project was conducted under the supervision of Sy Adler, Deborah Howe, and Connie Ozawa. A DVD version of this work produced in 2006 can be found at: http://search.library.pdx.edu/PSU:CP71113508690001451
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Balmer, Kevin; Gill, James; Kaplinger, Heather; Miller, Joe; Peterson, Melissa; Rhoads, Amanda; Rosenbloom, Paul; and Wall, Teak, "The Diggable City: Making Urban Agriculture a Planning Priority" (2005). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 52.