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This project uses a mixed approach of interviews and literature research to illustrate the current state of urban agriculture in the city of Chicago, and to determine whether urban agriculture programs can serve as viable solutions to addressing problems of nutritional inequity, unemployment, and community building in different areas in Chicago. By examining 2 policy initiatives and the methods of 2 large land management organizations, along with the results of 3 interviews with people currently involved with different types of urban agriculture projects, I hope to identify which aspects of the urban agriculture setup in is effective, and which need improvement from government and independent organizations alike.

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