New Paper on Community Gardens from GGU’s Progressive Cities Project

In Spring 2014 GGU, under the direction of Associate Professor Kathleen Morris, hosted a groundbreaking collaboration between cities seeking law and policy advice and GGU law students. In response to client questions, over several months our students produced wonderful law and policy papers that will be put to use in the real world.

One paper in particular caught our attention at CUEL as it fits within one of our themes of “Urban Greenspace.”  The paper is entitled, “Progressive Cities:  Models for Using Public Land for Community Gardens”, by Lynne Rose Maylath, and can be accessed on our Greenspace page here.  A related blog page from a few years ago on San Francisco’s efforts can be accessed here.

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