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Farmers in the city : back to the future?

Author: Enrique FigueroaSharon AdamsMarcia Caton CampbellJac SmitYoung KimAll authors
Publisher: Milwaukee, Wis. : Milwaukee Public Television, ©2008.
Series: 4th Street Forum at Turner Hall, Show number 618.; Fourth Street Forum at Turner Hall, Show number 618.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English : [Widescreen
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"People in cities are planting gardens again. It's called Urban Agriculture. Some think the gardens might help alleviate poverty and other social problems. Do they? Opening question: Our supermarkets are brimming with food...from around the world. Why should cities and our society embrace Urban Agriculture?" -- container.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Enrique Figueroa; Sharon Adams; Marcia Caton Campbell; Jac Smit; Young Kim; Faye McBeath Foundation.; University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee.; Milwaukee Turners.; MPTV (Television station : Milwaukee); 4th Street Forum.
OCLC Number: 244392763
Notes: Library distribution made possible by the Faye McBeath Foundation.
"4th Street Forum is a nonpartisan program, which promotes public discussion of political and social issues that are of concern to our community. Each week during the season, a panel of experts presents their views on a chosen topic and explores solutions with the audience and the 4th Street Forum moderator." http://www.milwaukeeturners.org/fourth-street-forum/about/index.shtml
Cast: Moderator: Enrique Figueroa, PhD, Director, Roberto Hernandez Center, UWM; Guest panelist: Sharon Adams, Co-founder, Walnut Way conservation Corp, Milwaukee; Marcia Caton Campbell, PhD, Milwaukee Program Director, Center for Resilient Cities; Jac Smit, President, The Urban Agriculture Network (TUAN), Washington, DC; Young Kim, Executive director of Fondy Food Center (replacement for Chukou Thao).
Event notes: Taped live at Turner Hall, Milwaukee Wisconsin; broadcasted on February 29 and March 2, 2008.
Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 60 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Series Title: 4th Street Forum at Turner Hall, Show number 618.; Fourth Street Forum at Turner Hall, Show number 618.
Other Titles: 4th Street Forum (Television program)
Responsibility: Milwaukee Turners in partnership with Milwaukee Public Television and University Wisconsin-Milwaukee presents.

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"People in cities are planting gardens again. It's called Urban Agriculture. Some think the gardens might help alleviate poverty and other social problems. Do they? Opening question: Our supermarkets are brimming with food...from around the world. Why should cities and our society embrace Urban Agriculture?" -- container.

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