Entrepreneurial Community Gardens

Entrepreneurial Community Gardens

Author: Gail Whiting Feenstra

Publisher: UCANR Publications

ISBN: 1601073798

Page: 106

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In the 12 gardens we interviewed outside of California, four were from the West, two from the Midwest, four from the South and two from the East (Table 1). Most of the projects (23 out of 27) operated from community-based sites.



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