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PHYSICAL MANIFESTATIONS OF AGRICULTURE IN THE URBAN LANDSCAPE
2.1.1 Defining Boundaries And Type of Urban Agricultural Zone
2.1.2 Urban Agricultural Land Use
2.1.3 Roadsides And Rights-Of-Way
2.1.3.1 Regional Allotment Gardens
2.1.4 Vacant Lots
2.1.4.1 Community Gardens
2.1.5 Rooftop Gardens
2.1.6 Urban Forestry
2.1.7 Urban Livestock
2.1.8 Greenhouse Agriculture
2.1.8.1 Hydroponics
2.1.9 Residential Property
ECONOMIC MANIFESTATIONS OF AGRICULTURE IN THE URBAN LANDSCAPE
2.2.1 Economic Costs Of Urban Agriculture
2.2.2 Economic Benefits of Urban Agriculture
2.2.2.1 Local Income Generation
2.2.3 Food Security
2.2.3.1 Community Kitchens
2.2.3.2 Farmers' Markets
2.2.3.3 Food Policy Organizations
2.2.3.4 Food Co-Ops and Buying Clubs
2.2.3.5 Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
SOCIAL MANIFESTATIONS OF AGRICULTURE IN THE URBAN LANDSCAPE
2.3.1 Characteristics Of Urban Agriculturists
2.3.2 Provision Of Safe And Fresh Food
2.3.3 Educational Opportunities
2.3.4 Promotion of Healthy Activity
2.3.5 Community Benefits
2.3.6 Affordable Urban Renewal
2.3.7 Building Stronger Communities
2.3.8 Charitable Affiliations
2.3.9 Promotion Of Civic Activity
2.3.10 Organization Of Social Conduct In Urban Agricultural Initiatives
ECOLOGICAL MANIFESTATIONS OF AGRICULTURE IN THE URBAN LANDSCAPE
2.4.1 Urban Ecological Process
2.4.2 Potential Hazards And Poor Urban Agricultural Practices
2.4.3 Heavy Metal Contamination In Soils And Irrigation Waters
2.4.4 Heavy Metal Testing Programs
2.4.5 Lead Poisoning
2.4.6 Soil Management
2.4.7 Waste Management
2.4.8 Vermiculture And Composting
2.4.9 Mulch
2.4.10 Water Conservation
2.4.11 Seed Saving
2.4.12 Urban Heat Islands
CONCLUSIONS
2.5.1 Physical
2.5.2 Economic
2.5.3 Social
2.5.4 Ecological

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The examination of the four Winnipeg case studies in Chapter Three and coming to appreciate their important role in the creation of physically, economically, socially and ecologically sustainable cities has been an inspiration to me as a citizen and as a student of landscape architecture to promote urban agriculture. The role of landscape architect as facilitator, consultant, designer and participant in all forms of urban agriculture is a means to further develop the profession and strengthen its contribution socially and ecologically to the quality of cities and their landscapes into the twenty first century.

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The findings suggest that almost everyone in a community could have a role in creating successful urban agricultural initiatives. The fuller role that urban agricultural organizations may play in increased food security, ecological responsibility and the nature of communities in Canada and the role a centralized organization could have for potential funding, resource access, information exchange and technological support remains to be seen. By all accounts productive, edible landscapes have strong potential to promote healthy cities as citizens, government and professionals rethink current food production practices and what they consider to be aesthetic landscapes.

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Graeme was well-schooled at the University of Toronto in the late 1960s and early 1970s. His mentors were the historical geographers Jim Lemon and Cole Harris, and a historian, Craig Brown. Here, he spurned the avant-garde—the quantitative revolution in geography—to find favor with a more holistic geography that embraced, as widely as possible, the interplay between land, society, and history. The physical environment, the migration of Europeans overseas, population dynamics, ethnicity, family life, the settlement process, the waxing and waning of regional economies, the politics of dependency, the conservation of the natural environment— these are but a few of the themes that have captured the imagination of an incisive, voracious mind that is always in search of the wider landscape significance of the commonplace, and of everyday occurrences.1

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These recommendations provide both structural social work theorists and practitioners with guidelines on generating clearer direction for future theoretical analysis and direct practice action that are grounded in the current realities of gender and sexually diverse communities. For theorists, incorporating the concepts presented will bring currency to how structural social work both includes and addresses the issues of gender and sexually diverse populations. Maintaining a critical analytical perspective lends itself to a consciousness of the insidious role neo-liberalism plays in promoting an agenda of ‘equality’ with assimilationist outcomes, and the need to undertake liberationist initiatives to ensure shared values such as self-determination. For practitioners, a sensitized understanding of the gender and sexually diverse will better prepare them to provide equitable interventions on the frontlines. Developing insights as to the complexities found within the gender and sexually diverse communities on socio-cultural-political and intersectional levels will better assist practitioners to work towards goals consistent with the values of both the discipline and structural social work itself. A continuing dialogue between structural social work and the gender and sexually diverse populations provides an opportunity to ensure ongoing relevancy and viability between the two on the structural landscape of social work.