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Research Strategies: ENVST 3280 Organic Gardening
- Gardening and agriculture can be the subject of academic study, but are also practiced by gardeners and farmers who don't necessarily take an academic approach.
- Gardening and agriculture are highly dependent on geography, climate and bio-region
- There are federal, state and local government agencies with a mission to support agriculture and food security.
- Look for activist groups that support or oppose various gardening and agricultural practices (for example, urban chickens, front yard gardens, GMO crops, community supported agriculture, etc...).
- In the U.S., Land grant colleges or agricultural colleges teach and study agriculture. These colleges offer cooperative extension services that publish agricultural information specific to local conditions.
Edible Campus Gardens Coordinator