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Food access is a global issue, and for this reason, a wealth of studies are dedicated to understanding the location of food deserts and the benefits of urban gardens.

Background
Food access is a global issue, and for this reason, a wealth of studies are dedicated to understanding the location of food deserts and the benefits of urban gardens. However, few studies have linked these two strands of research together to analyze whether urban gardening activity may be a step forward in addressing issues of access for food desert residents.
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    • 2017-10-16
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1186/s12942-017-0110-z
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    Mack, E. A., Tong, D., & Credit, K. (2017). Gardening in the desert: a spatial optimization approach to locating gardens in rapidly expanding urban environments. International Journal of Health Geographics, 16(1). doi:10.1186/s12942-017-0110-z

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