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Fresh Praise for Food and the City

"Cockrall-King charts the burgeoning urban agricultural movement in eight European and American communities, showing that cities are good sites for producing everything from wine to honey because they are warmer than the countryside and contain a diversity of plants, rather than monocrops." — The Times Literary Supplement, August 3, 2012 (UK)


“Grow, harvest, eat: Six Canadian books that will change the way you garden — and the way you dine as well.” Globe & Mail, August 18, 2012. (CAN)


"The author documents creative, inspiring projects in a variety of cities in Canada, the US, and Europe, ranging from rooftop gardens to vertical farms. Choice: Current reviews for academic librairies, August 2012. (Reviewed as "Recommended.")



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