Author(s): Patel, P. & Centner, T.J.
This article provides a justification for the regulation of concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOS).
Author(s): Guthman, J.
This article discusses the issues associated with the ‘noble’ intentions of bringing alternative food sources into non-white, economically-challenged neighborhoods.
Author(s): Owens, M. & Owens, D.
This book is a firsthand account of Mark and Delia Owens’ quest into the unknown wilderness of Botswana’s Deception Valley.
Author(s): Salatin, J.
Everything I Want to Do Is Illegal is a satirical, yet very serious first-hand account of how government regulations affect small-scale farmers.
Author(s): O’Brien, Adock, T., Rifkin, J. & Pickard, B.M.
This article examines the effects of factory farming on human health in order to make highlight the negative externalities associated with large-scale farming.
Author(s): Armour, S.
This article describes how urban farmers who chose to slaughter their own meat are facing new regulations and even bans on home butchering.
Review and Analysis of the Benefits, Purposes and Motivations Associated with Community Gardens in the United States
Author(s): Draper, C., & Freedman, D.
The benefits, purposes and motivations related to community gardens in the United Sates are explored in this article.
The Influence of Social Involvement, Neighborhood Aesthetics, and Community Garden Participation on Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
Author(s): Litt, J. S., et al.
The objective of this article was to examine the relationship between the fruit and vegetable consumption by urban adults and several selected social and psychological processes, beneficial aesthetic experiences and community garden participation.
Author(s): Sharp, J., & Adua, L.
This article attempts to answer the questions, “Is environmental concern widely diffused throughout society or is it more strongly expressed by particular sub-populations? How has concern changed over time?”