Community Gardening in Philadelphia: 2008 Harvest Report
By Dominic Vitiello and Michael Nairn, Penn Planning and Urban Studies, UPenn, October 2009
Sustainability in Philadelphia: Community Gardens and Their Role in Stormwater Management
Kevin Levy, URBS 400, December 19, 2008
Urban Agriculture: Enhancing Food Democracy in Philadelphia
A Thesis Submitted to the Faculty of Drexel University by Katharine A. Travaline in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Science, Technology, and Society, September 2008
Final Project: The Dimensions of Urban Agriculture
Werntz, Kathryn M., December 11, 2008
Cultivating Community and Place in Contested Space: Surveying the Moral Landscape of Urban Gardens
Thesis submitted to the Department of Anthropology Haverford College by Kit Basom, Haverford College, 2006
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