Urban Food Actions Platform

Urban agriculture, one tomato at a time: a tale of researching home gardens

Author: Eric Duchemin
Publisher: CRETAU, AULAB

This comic strip is the story of research carried out on individual vegetable gardens over four years in the Montreal region. The reader will discover the importance of urban gardens for food production, for the healthy and greener cities, but also for gardeners. Urban gardens, in fact, represent an important tool in the fight against food insecurity, for ecological transition and the development of resilient cities, and also for achieving sustainable food systems.

Topic: Food production and ecosystem management
Tags: Food security and nutrition, Urban and peri-urban agriculture
Organization: CRETAU, AULAB
Author: Eric Duchemin
Year: 2021
Type: Articles
City (Country): Canada
Region: North America
Resource format: Document
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