Farming on the Urban Edge Docuseries

Project Type: Research to Grass Roots
Funds awarded in 2019: $49,928.00
Projected End Date: 04/30/2022
Host Institution Award ID: G169-20-W7507
Grant Recipients: Washington State University; American Farmland Trust; Rogue Farm Corps; Joe's Place Farms; Oregon State University; BiZi Farms; Clark-Cowlitz Farm Bureau; Shady Grove Farm; Oregon Community Food Systems Network; Clark County Food Systems Council; April Joy Farms
Region: Western
State: Washington
Principal Investigator:
Justin O'Dea
Washington State University
Co-Investigators:
Hannah Clark
American Farmland Trust
Dr. Lauren Gwin
Oregon State University
Dr. Laura Lewis
Washington State University
Nellie McAdams
Rogue Farm Corps
Lane Selman
Oregon State University
Description:
This five-episode docuseries chronicles first-hand accounts of nine different peri-urban farmers working to operate and sustain thier farm businesses in two urbanizing regions of the Pacific Northwest.
Type:
Multimedia
Authors:
Justin O'Dea, Washington State University
Aba Kiser, Washington State University
Asia Colon
Camelia Lazenby, Camelia Jade Sounds
Jessica Schultz, Washington State University
Target audiences:
Farmers/Ranchers; Educators; Researchers
Ordering info:
Cost: $0.00
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