Just Food Farm: Redefining value using urban agroecology on public land

Phil Mount

In: Urban Agriculture Magazine no 33 - Urban Agroecology, p.21-23 (2017)

Public land is one of the primary battlegrounds on which ideology will contest power in the 21st century. As city regions face continued pressures to expand, control and disposition of public land will increasingly become a focal point of governance. At the crossroads of financialisation, privatisation, and devolution, the stewardship of public land will pit the preservation of landscape, ecologically sensitive zones, and agricultural land, against the forces of urban expansion, development, and speculation.

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