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The benefits children and families gain by involvement in community gardens

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Author(s)
Ortiz, Amelia
Advisor(s)
Olivencia, Nelia; Reutebuch, Tim
Date
2010
Subject(s)
Community gardens--Wisconsin--Whitewater; Gardening--Wisconsin--Whitewater; Families--Wisconsin--Whitewater; Children--Wisconsin--Whitewater
Abstract
This study will explore the significance of encouraging children and families to participate in outdoor activities such as joining a community garden. Gardening could be a beneficial approach to teaching children to become self-sustainable and, at the same time, to help create a sense of community and unity that transcends all generations. This study will investigate the prospects for allowing children to appreciate the process of growing their own food and preparing it for consumption. This is a new project located near the Business Park area in Whitewater , WI.
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A poster containing visuals and text describing an undergraduate research project completed at the University of Wisconsin--Whitewater. T
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