Can you Dig It? Accessibility in Community Garden Policies and Lessons from Two Canadian Cities
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This report entitled "Can you Dig It? Accessibility in Community Garden Policies and Lessons from Two Canadian Cities" examines the similarities and differences between the community garden policies of Kingston, Ontario and Victoria, British Columbia. A parallel analysis has been conducted to examine how these two cities address physical, geographic and economic accessibility in their municipal community garden policies.
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